TFX Power Supply

Hey Experts-

Anyone know a good 400W-500W TFX power supply that at least includes an 8-Pin CPU connector.  All I find have 4-pin and my Asus Prime Z270M-Plus won't start with only the 4-pin installed.  Plus I'm looking for a quality product.

Thanks,

-Joe
Joe ThompsonPrincipal ManagerAsked:
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nobusCommented:
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Joe ThompsonPrincipal ManagerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the fast reply, Nobus, but that is not a TFX design for a small desktop chassis.  :(
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nobusCommented:
well - why don't you post the case you're using - or the pc model; you only posted the motherboard
the n i can probably help you  better
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Joe ThompsonPrincipal ManagerAuthor Commented:
Apologies, yes, good idea.  Chassis is an Antec VST2000-U3.
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nobusCommented:
it seems there's no such beast around, the only TFX PSU's are 300 W
you can Always use an adapter, if the correct plug is not there - does it have molex power plugs?  then you can use this one :
https://www.amazon.com/StarTech-6in-Pin-Power-Adapter/dp/B002O21XHQ
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Joe ThompsonPrincipal ManagerAuthor Commented:
Hard to find for sure.  I found this one: https://seasonic.com/product/tfx-350/ and it seems to be what I want, but the model number and specs don't match what's for sale anywhere online.  I'll probably contact Seasonic.  Until then, I'll get the adapter you suggest.  Thanks!
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nobusCommented:
and are you sure you need 300 W ?
calculate the power you need here : http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

probbably  you need only 250 W
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