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Which power cable to use for 850W Gold

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2020/07/24 14:48:25 (permalink)
Hi all,
I just moved to a new house and am unpacking my PC. I have 2 monitors (1 BenQ 1080p 60hz and 1 Dell 144hz 1440p, cant remember the model). I have 3 power cords... and I want to make sure I plug the right one into my power supply... I have an 850W EVGA Gold power supply. If I look at the 3 cords, the options are:
HL-004 Honglin (has a big R on the other side). On the actual cord itself, I can see "60 C 300V"
2 cords that are: I-SHENG IS-14 10A 125V 1250W
1 is 60C 300V, other is 105C 300V
They may all 3 be fine but I just want to be sure.
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    Re: Which power cable to use for 850W Gold 2020/07/24 17:28:24 (permalink)
    Use the one that says 105C 300V.

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    Re: Which power cable to use for 850W Gold 2020/07/25 02:37:46 (permalink)
    This is why last time I moved I made sure to label all my cables with a piece of tape I knew exactly what went to each item. Of course after the fact Sajin is a good source of information 

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