I got to run a GTX 1070 on a PSU which just has a single 6-PIN rail, while the 1070 has a 8-pin connector. Now mates, please don't say "just buy a new PSU". The computer is a workstation having proprietary psu connectors for the mobo, so the only viable option is to use adapters. The 1070 requires 150W peak, PCIe slot provides 75W, I got to feed it the remaining 75. I could: 1. Use a dual Molex-to-8pin adapter. Will it provide the necessary wattage? 2. Use a 6pin-to-8pin adapter. AFAIK, a 6-pin rail is rated for 75W, so I should be OK (but then why the heck they put a 8pin connector on the 1070??) Ideally, I'd like to have a molex-to-2pin, but no one makes it. I'd like to hear your opinion. Thanks!!