I am in the process of picking components and I've realised I may be picking a PSU that's incompatible with the graphics card I've chosen (GTX 460). It requires two 6 pin power connectors (http://wccftech.com/images/news/Gigabyte-GTX460-Detailed/29b.jpg) and the PSU I've chosen says:
# 6+2 Pin PCIe Connectors: 1
This PSU was £27.99 and looking at ebuyer, the cheapest PSU with two connectors was £59.93. I looked at the product page and it said it was compatible with dual graphics PCs. This would mean it would come with 4 cables though it says "6+2 PIn PCI-e*2"
I am starting to think that all graphics cards require two PCIe cables, so PSUs all have two cables and 1 X (6+2 Pin PCIe) actually means one set of two cables.
So is this right? Can I buy this PSU without worrying that it will only come with one cable...