Should be no problem using the 6 +2 pin. I have the same thing on my GTX 1060 which uses a 4 pin and i used the 4 + 2 pin cable leaving the 2 pin hanging or tied up i should note.
I am assuming you are using (2) 6 +2 pin that came with the RM750I power supply and the other
6 +2 pin power supply cable comes with the video card?
What is your current video card?
@andreasdimo79 I’m sorry i didn’t see your post on this back from March/19. Hopefully you got an answer. sudo pacman -S linux-headers
If you also have the lts kernel then it is sudo pacman -S linux-lts-headers
Or both at the same time sudo pacman -S linux-headers linux-lts-headers
And for other kernels such as the zen kernel
sudo pacman -S linux-zen-headers
@a4orce84 The fallback image utilizes the same configuration file as the default image, except the autodetect hook is skipped during creation, thus including a full range of modules. The autodetect hook detects required modules and tailors the image for specific hardware, shrinking the initramfs.
You need not worry about the latest bleeding edge 5.2 kernel. Arch is rolling release it will always have the most updated kernels including the most updated lts kernel too. Kernels are issue approximately every two weeks but they don’t change to the next value until they have reached the final testing. Right now it’s on 5.2.1 and then it will go 5.2.2 etc until it changes over to 5.3. eventually after say as an example 5.2.13 So it is quite a bit of time before it switches to 5.3
You have the option of running the lts kernel and you can make it first in the list a number of ways but i wouldn’t be concerned because it’s current and up to date.
@just Thanks… i have removed everything and all is working. I still kept the Numix Icons and Themes. Do you have another suggestion for Icons and theming that goes well with Cinnamon?
Also there is only one item i don’t know how to remove and that is on the login box. When it comes up to the desktop and the login box shows up it has Antergos at the left and then it changes to Arch. I don’t know how to get rid of that as it is somewhere in a config file or something? This is the lightdm-webkit2-greeter installed from the AUR to replace the old one.
@just I agree it is wishful thinking. A final update may never come. I would like to change it over myself. I have the following in Antergos repo. I want it to be Arch centric & Antergos free!
antergos-alerts (Are any of these 6 really needed?)
antergos-mirrorlist (How to remove? or comment out?)
lightdm-webkit2-greeter (replace from where? or what?)
light-locker-settings (replace from where? or what?)
numix-frost-themes Change or keep all Numix themes?)
pamac (replace from AUR?)
yay (replace from AUR?)
zuki-themes (replace from AUR?)
So what can i remove and or replace it with? What do i need to do with the Antergos mirror list and how? Should i just comment out Antergos on pacman.conf file?
If any are kept and they are Antergos then don’t you need the repo for it or is it just a redundant package?
@just I am still waiting for the devs to put out a final update to move out of the Antergos repos. I have tried a number of things such as moving the Antergos repo down to the bottom of the list in pacman.conf. The Log in Window i notice changes to Arch and gives a black background. I did not comment out the Antergos repo or any Antergos mirrors. I did notice the lightdm and greeter packages updated to a newer version when i did that. I’ve been jumping in and out of Antergos but eventually i know it probably won’t install anymore.