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PSU Compatibility Question! EVGA G3 750W Gold / EVGA Supernova B2 750W Bronze

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2020/12/21 15:29:53 (permalink)
Hello all, I recently acquired a 3080 FTW3 Ultra and my current PSU is the EVGA Supernova B2 750W Bronze. I don't have the extra VGA cable to power the 3080, but a friend of mine said he has a spare one he can give to me and it is coming from his EVGA G3 750W Gold. My question is, is this compatible or will I be making a terrible decision that may end up frying any or all of my other components? Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am fairly new still to the PCMR scene but am trying to learn as much as I can, and yes I have tried looking up previous answers and researching for this but only finding vague answers at best.
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    Re: PSU Compatibility Question! EVGA G3 750W Gold / EVGA Supernova B2 750W Bronze 2020/12/21 15:33:36 (permalink)
    See Which EVGA Modular Cables are compatible with my PSU? in the EVGA FAQs..So yes, the cables are compatible/interchangeable.

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