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    I have an unused 4 Pin molex connector coming off of the 90W Opus power supply. It is okay to use this extra 4 pin molex to power the my monitor(VM70) and Generic 5v USB hub, correct? I have purchased a 4 pin male molex to plug into the spare female 4 pin molex and soldered two smaller connections to them for plug and play action as monitor and hub already have the other ends of the connectors solder on as well. Here is a picture of what I mean:


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    Yes.
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    Great. Thought so. Thanks!

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