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post #21 of 63
Excellent guide, REP+
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post #22 of 63
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Excellent guide, REP+

Thanks for that. Hope it helps.
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post #23 of 63
Dude great guide.
post #24 of 63
Do you happen to have the pin-outs for the AX750 power supply? If not do you know how much (if any) it differs from the AX1200?

It would help me a lot because I want to sleeve my AX750 but I can't find the pin-outs for ALL of the connectors. Just the 24 pin.

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post #25 of 63
Nice guide, someone linked this for me when I was looking for a way to get those 2 cables into 1 pin on the AX series psu's. Going to be sleeving an AX850 and this guide will be a great help thanks.
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Nice guide, someone linked this for me when I was looking for a way to get those 2 cables into 1 pin on the AX series psu's. Going to be sleeving an AX850 and this guide will be a great help thanks.

Hi sharps87, can you please tell me this-are the AX850 PCI-E cables identical to the AX1200''s PCI-E's? I would like to know if ontics diagram good for the AX850's as well. Reason is because I sleeved my AX850 a while ago and lately I'm having GPU issues, and I would love to check thst I did not cross any cables.


Edit; scratch that, just got home, the AX850 has 12 connections at the PSU side going to an 8 and 6 pin at the GPU side.

Has anyone here a diagram for the AX850's PCI cables?


Thanks in advance.
Edited by 7tronic - 5/24/12 at 10:10am
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post #27 of 63
The Corsair AX850 has two of the wires in the 24 pin connector that are twisted together...but have separate pin locations at both ends of the connectors. If trying to sleeve this...what would you suggest? Is it necessary to keep the cables twisted?
post #28 of 63
Twisting the ground and 5V standby is supposed to reduce 'noise'/interference but it doesn't appear to make a difference if untwisted and sleeved separately.
Edited by Big Elf - 8/22/12 at 1:52pm
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post #29 of 63
Great guide, just few days I posted about how to handle Y wires. Now I know my idea is possible.
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