Power Supply Options
Pioneer supports a standard 24P power supply, which means you can use the vast majority of PC power supplies on the market to power him.
Nevertheless, we strongly recommend that you choose a high quality power supply to reduce the risk of power failure damaging your hardware devices.
Power supply power is related to the number and power of your peripherals, we recommend choosing a power supply with 350W or more.
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Installing the power supply
Make sure you have a desktop power supply that is suitable for your computer's configuration and power requirements, and that it has a 24-pin motherboard power connector.
Turn off your computer
Before starting the installation, make sure your computer is completely turned off and disconnected from the power supply.
Open the case
Look carefully at your desktop chassis to locate the power supply mounting area. Usually the power supply is located at the top or bottom of the case, and it is a rectangular metal or plastic box.
Locate the motherboard power connector
Locate a 24-pin power connector on the motherboard, located near the edge of the motherboard.
Connect the power supply
Insert the 24-pin connector of the power supply plug into the 24-pin power connector on the motherboard. Make sure the plug is perfectly aligned with the connector, then gently push it in until the plug is fully inserted and locked to the connector.
Connecting Other Power Cords
Depending on your computer configuration and needs, it may also be necessary to connect other power cables, such as hard drive power and graphics card power. These cables usually have specific connectors and connect to the appropriate ports on the motherboard and other hardware devices.
Organizing the power cables
After connecting all the necessary power cables, make sure they are organized and placed inside the case to avoid blocking fans or other components and to ensure air circulation.
Close the case
After ensuring that all power cables are connected to the correct locations, reinstall the side or top panel of the chassis.
Connect the power supply and test
Reconnect the power plug and make sure the plug is securely connected to the power outlet. Then turn on the power switch and start your computer. Check that the computer boots up properly and observe that the power supply and other hardware devices are operating properly.