• StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6
  • StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6
  • StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6
  • StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6
StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6
StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6
StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6
StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6

StarTech.com 6in PCI Express Power Splitter Cable - Power splitter - 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F) - 5.9 in - yellow - PCIEXSPLIT6

Sale price
MRP: €42,00
Regular price
€70,00
Unit price
per 
( 40% off )
Quantity:
Expected Delivery: 21-28 days
Import Duties to be borne by the customer at the time of delivery.
Product price is exclusive of such duties.

Tracked Shipping

Secure Payments

10 Days Return

Tracked Shipping

Secure Payments

10 Days Return

  • Power splitter
  • 6 pin PCIe power (M) to 6 pin PCIe power (F)
  • 5.9 in
  • yellow

Customer Reviews

Does the job; unexpected 2-pack The system boots and the graphics card runs. It's a cable and it works. Not much more to say.UPDATE: 6 months later, absolutely zero problems.There were 2 cables in the bag, which was unexpected, as nothing in the product description or photos indicates this.If you want details: I used this connector to connect my DPS 360FB-1 A power supply (which only had one 6-pin PCIe power connector) to my Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition graphics card (which needed two 6-pin PCIe power connectors.)It worked for me, but before using this, be sure to check that YOUR PSU supplies enough power from its 1 connector for the device you're trying to power. Your device probably needs 2 connectors for a reason! 5Good cable for unusual power needs. This is simply a good, reliable cable that works as intended and it doesn't get too hot or anything or cause any issues even when it's being pushed a bit and would recommend this to anyone working with odd Non-Modular PSU setups where you're trying to get something like a basic graphics card or a sound card or something like that working in a older or more proprietary rig. You may want to get somewhat creative with zip ties though if you're a bit finicky about final appearance. 5Allows you to add an 8-pin PCI-E to an older PC power supply - works perfectly! I had a slightly old (3 yrs) PC that required an 8-pin PCI-E power connection for the new Asus RX570 GPU I just installed. (I didn't realize this requirement until after installing). This allows you to leverage two unused SATA power connectors off the power supply, which supply the power for the cooling fans on the GPU. The fit works fine - I might want to have the wires a bit longer, so I wouldn't have to rework the way power cables are led through the case; but that is a very minor gripe. Works great and I'm off to the races now. 5Product that saved me from buying a new PSU I bought a new graphics card but my power supply didn't have the necessary cables to power it. After some research I found this product and I was finally able to use my GTX 970!No gripes whatsoever. Installation was pretty straight forward and this allowed me to use my GTX 970 with my power supply.The cables are a bit messy, but when using any kind of adapter that can be expected. What matters is I was able to use my hardware, finally. 5Behold the dreams of tesla Yes it is an absolutely functional set of wires and connectors. It will plug into the the things it's meant to plug into.At first i was unsure if the electricity would successfully pass from the one connector to the other connector. It had insulated wires that I thought could be full of sawdust but I was proven wrong. when I plugged it in it became immediately apparent that a conductive filament was in those wires and not sawdust as I had assumed.Pleasantly surprised 5Good PCIe Extension Cable Did the trick to extend power in my Dell OptiPlex Mid-Tower (ITX) to my new shorty Video Card when combined with the StarTech 6-Pin to 2x 15-Pin SATA Power connector PCI Express Adapter StarTech.com 8-Inch 6 pin PCI Express Power Extension Cable (PCIEPOWEXT). The Dells don't have any spare power connectors in the harness, only additional connectors for SATA Drives, and they are routed so tight that I needed more than the available 6 inch "Y-Cable". The only gripe I have is that the wire used is a bit stiff. 4Be careful, this IS NOT a standard 6-pin PCIe connector. Be very careful with this. I bought this cable adapter on "CablesOnline" and the 6-pin PCIe connector doesn't fit to any video card, because IT IS SIMPLY NOT a standard 6-pin PCIe connector. It has different arrange/configuration (See attached image). The seller just sent a cable that it isn't what they have published on Amazon. I'm very disappointed and angry because they made me waste my time and money. 1Had a problem now I don't. Was disappointed when I was upgrading two of my computers and found that my older but great running model only had a six outlet plug for the power source for the new or used video card I was swapping from the new to lo old. Found on YouTube a device that would solve my problem. Good OL' Amazon came to my rescue. This item worked as it said it would and gave power to the video card and now my older computer runs with much better grafics. 5Cost Efficient Solution My older computer that became a hand-me -down for a friend who is worse off than me financially, which had two GTX-470 cards running in it with two 6-pin power plugs each, which that power supply provided by-design, turned out to be a problem when I recently had a "new" hand-me -down video card, a GTX-770 (4GB v-mem. version), which needed two 8-pin power supply plugs.This is when I started looking for a solution, this one (buying two of these cable converters) seemed to be the cost efficient one, over just buying a new power supply. I would have bought a new power supply and given him the one I am currently using, except that the one I had bought a few years ago was so good (a Corsair Professional) that there hasn't been a better one made since then. 5Fine solution--both as an extender and for conversion from 6-pin to 8-pin. This is far better than the dual-molex solution I own--it's far less problematic, and far more secure. My dual-molex cable proves also of far lower quality--its pins may separate comically easily from their molex sockets. (Of course, you need a 6-pin PCI-E power supply cable connector in order to use this.) It may function also as an extender, given that it's a 6+2 solution. My Sapphire ATI Radeon 3850 AGP uses an 8-pin PCI-E connector. I'm using this and that here and now, and I purchased another in that order. Such StarTech items prove to be of very high quality. 5
See All Reviews
Description
Description Description Description Description Description Description
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Does the job; unexpected 2-pack The system boots and the graphics card runs. It's a cable and it works. Not much more to say.UPDATE: 6 months later, absolutely zero problems.There were 2 cables in the bag, which was unexpected, as nothing in the product description or photos indicates this.If you want details: I used this connector to connect my DPS 360FB-1 A power supply (which only had one 6-pin PCIe power connector) to my Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition graphics card (which needed two 6-pin PCIe power connectors.)It worked for me, but before using this, be sure to check that YOUR PSU supplies enough power from its 1 connector for the device you're trying to power. Your device probably needs 2 connectors for a reason! 5Good cable for unusual power needs. This is simply a good, reliable cable that works as intended and it doesn't get too hot or anything or cause any issues even when it's being pushed a bit and would recommend this to anyone working with odd Non-Modular PSU setups where you're trying to get something like a basic graphics card or a sound card or something like that working in a older or more proprietary rig. You may want to get somewhat creative with zip ties though if you're a bit finicky about final appearance. 5Allows you to add an 8-pin PCI-E to an older PC power supply - works perfectly! I had a slightly old (3 yrs) PC that required an 8-pin PCI-E power connection for the new Asus RX570 GPU I just installed. (I didn't realize this requirement until after installing). This allows you to leverage two unused SATA power connectors off the power supply, which supply the power for the cooling fans on the GPU. The fit works fine - I might want to have the wires a bit longer, so I wouldn't have to rework the way power cables are led through the case; but that is a very minor gripe. Works great and I'm off to the races now. 5Product that saved me from buying a new PSU I bought a new graphics card but my power supply didn't have the necessary cables to power it. After some research I found this product and I was finally able to use my GTX 970!No gripes whatsoever. Installation was pretty straight forward and this allowed me to use my GTX 970 with my power supply.The cables are a bit messy, but when using any kind of adapter that can be expected. What matters is I was able to use my hardware, finally. 5Behold the dreams of tesla Yes it is an absolutely functional set of wires and connectors. It will plug into the the things it's meant to plug into.At first i was unsure if the electricity would successfully pass from the one connector to the other connector. It had insulated wires that I thought could be full of sawdust but I was proven wrong. when I plugged it in it became immediately apparent that a conductive filament was in those wires and not sawdust as I had assumed.Pleasantly surprised 5Good PCIe Extension Cable Did the trick to extend power in my Dell OptiPlex Mid-Tower (ITX) to my new shorty Video Card when combined with the StarTech 6-Pin to 2x 15-Pin SATA Power connector PCI Express Adapter StarTech.com 8-Inch 6 pin PCI Express Power Extension Cable (PCIEPOWEXT). The Dells don't have any spare power connectors in the harness, only additional connectors for SATA Drives, and they are routed so tight that I needed more than the available 6 inch "Y-Cable". The only gripe I have is that the wire used is a bit stiff. 4Be careful, this IS NOT a standard 6-pin PCIe connector. Be very careful with this. I bought this cable adapter on "CablesOnline" and the 6-pin PCIe connector doesn't fit to any video card, because IT IS SIMPLY NOT a standard 6-pin PCIe connector. It has different arrange/configuration (See attached image). The seller just sent a cable that it isn't what they have published on Amazon. I'm very disappointed and angry because they made me waste my time and money. 1Had a problem now I don't. Was disappointed when I was upgrading two of my computers and found that my older but great running model only had a six outlet plug for the power source for the new or used video card I was swapping from the new to lo old. Found on YouTube a device that would solve my problem. Good OL' Amazon came to my rescue. This item worked as it said it would and gave power to the video card and now my older computer runs with much better grafics. 5Cost Efficient Solution My older computer that became a hand-me -down for a friend who is worse off than me financially, which had two GTX-470 cards running in it with two 6-pin power plugs each, which that power supply provided by-design, turned out to be a problem when I recently had a "new" hand-me -down video card, a GTX-770 (4GB v-mem. version), which needed two 8-pin power supply plugs.This is when I started looking for a solution, this one (buying two of these cable converters) seemed to be the cost efficient one, over just buying a new power supply. I would have bought a new power supply and given him the one I am currently using, except that the one I had bought a few years ago was so good (a Corsair Professional) that there hasn't been a better one made since then. 5Fine solution--both as an extender and for conversion from 6-pin to 8-pin. This is far better than the dual-molex solution I own--it's far less problematic, and far more secure. My dual-molex cable proves also of far lower quality--its pins may separate comically easily from their molex sockets. (Of course, you need a 6-pin PCI-E power supply cable connector in order to use this.) It may function also as an extender, given that it's a 6+2 solution. My Sapphire ATI Radeon 3850 AGP uses an 8-pin PCI-E connector. I'm using this and that here and now, and I purchased another in that order. Such StarTech items prove to be of very high quality. 5
See All Reviews
Return And Refund Policy
Return And Refund Policy Return And Refund Policy Return And Refund Policy Return And Refund Policy
Delivery Policy
Delivery Policy Delivery Policy Delivery Policy Delivery Policy Delivery Policy

Recently Viewed

BACK TO TOP