Hi all, Hopefully a fairly easy to answer question. I have a longish graphics card, which takes a 6-pin PCIE power cable. My PSU is modular, and i've included an image of the ports below. The simplest option would be to use the red ports with an 8 to 6 pin cable, however as the graphics card is so long these are covered due to the design of my case (a Node 304). My question is this - can I use the black ports in the centre of the power supply with a 6-pin to 6-pin, red ended cable to power the graphics card, or will they supply an incorrect voltage? If I can't do this i'll need to replace the PSU, which i'd rather not do unless necessary. If it helps, currently two of the central 6 pin ports are supplying power to my HDDs. Finally, in case it helps further, this is my PSU, and this is an image of the ports in question. Thanks all!