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Just got done single-sleeving the 24-pin main power connector for my AX850 and I'm 95% sure I had every wire where it belongs, but I wanted to double check and found a wiring diagram here. Now, it looks to me like my cable has the pins #4 and #21 reversed according to the diagram. They are both listed as "+5V" so I'm assuming it doesn't matter, but I'm not sure so that's why I'm asking. Should I leave them or switch them?

And like I said I'm 95% sure I have them like they were originally. I snipped them off one at a time to shorten them, sleeved them, and put them into a new connector (I kind of jacked up the original one trying to get some pins out the first time I attempted this, so this time I just snipped the cables, sleeved, then put new pins on.)
Edited by Instynx - 10/27/11 at 10:17pm
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Just got done single-sleeving the 24-pin main power connector for my AX850 and I'm 95% sure I had every wire where it belongs, but I wanted to double check and found a wiring diagram here. Now, it looks to me like my cable has the pins #4 and #21 reversed according to the diagram. They are both listed as "+5V" so I'm assuming it doesn't matter, but I'm not sure so that's why I'm asking. Should I leave them or switch them?

And like I said I'm 95% sure I have them like they were originally. I snipped them off one at a time to shorten them, sleeved them, and put them into a new connector (I kind of jacked up the original one trying to get some pins out the first time I attempted this, so this time I just snipped the cables, sleeved, then put new pins on.)
#4 should go to PSU 14P (4) and #21 to PSU 10P (7). Not the otherway around. You coudn't go wrong if you just follow the #4 back to PSU 14P.
Edited by Ken1649 - 10/27/11 at 11:29pm
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well, the AX850 has PSU 18P and 10P... so it's 28 into 24. There are several pins on the motherboard side with 2 wires going in.
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Anybody else? Please I don't want to blow up my motherboard.
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Anybody?
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got some answers on [H] and I'm good to go.
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post #7 of 7
how did you go sleeving the ax850 i jsut got one, i noticed it has quiet a few double wires. how did yours turn out, got any pics?
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