I've been running my self-built desktop computer for a few years now on the motherboard's native graphics processor. For a few reasons, I've decided to get myself a low-end video card. I bought myself a Powercolor Radeon 570 4GB card, which arrived today. The card requires an 8-pin connection to the PSU. My PC is running an EVGA Gold 550W G2 power unit, and the two 8-pin connectors (called VGA1 and VGA 2 - seen in bottom-left of this image) are currently free. My problem is that I can't find my 8-pin connector. There were spare connectors that came with the PSU that I didn't need during the build, so I put them aside. We just moved house, however, and now I can't find them. Either they're buried somewhere in a box that I haven't yet unpacked, or I accidentally tossed them during the pre-move cleanup. I just wanted to check that I can buy a 8-pin to 8 (6+2) pin, male to male connector, and that will do the trick, right? Something like this? I know it's a noob, question, but when it comes to graphics cards, that's what I am.