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ON mine, the Green power on is the very bottom left plugin on the 8 pin mb modular connector = # 4 on atx 24
The black ground is the 4th over from left on top row of the 18 pin mb modular connector = # 5 on atx 24

Also, it is my understanding that you can use any ground, so looking at the power supply the 18 is the top modular plug and the 10 is bottom mb modular plug so....
to jump would be the bottom left and bottom right of the 10 pin plug.
DaaQ, any chance you have a 10+18 pin diagram around somewhere?
  
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ON mine, the Green power on is the very bottom left plugin on the 8 pin mb modular connector = # 4 on atx 24
The black ground is the 4th over from left on top row of the 18 pin mb modular connector = # 5 on atx 24

Also, it is my understanding that you can use any ground, so looking at the power supply the 18 is the top modular plug and the 10 is bottom mb modular plug so....
to jump would be the bottom left and bottom right of the 10 pin plug.

I don't think you can jump it straight from the PSU. At least not with these Seasonics. I'm pretty sure there is some safety feature. I just tried it using the diagram posted earlier and it clicked and the fan spun up for a half of a second, but it wouldn't stay on. With the 18 + 10 pin connected and when jumped straight from the 24 pin it works fine and stays on.
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I did , one that I made but I tried looking for it and cant find it, been looking for 30 mins, See PM , anytime after 8 am central time.
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Digital-Multimeter-10709/14521541

Picked this up, hoping to test all wires, could anyone point me in the direction of which settings to use, why and how?
Obviously I am not familiar and this will be a learning process for me.

In 1+ hour Seasonic will open in PST and I will call for a wiring harness diagram (i honestly hope they have something and can email it asap instead of giving me run arounds) I will then know if i wired something wrong and hopefully before know if a wire is dead or theres a short somewhere


Thanks for all the help yesterday when i get finished and can load my non 12 year old pc i'll double back to give all of you the deserved +REP
  
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You will have to set it at DC (direct current) (depends if the scale auto adjust) and set it at scale "20v" . (To be able to read +5 voltage, +20 voltage and +3.3 voltage)

But if you can't find the green (PS_ON) and a black wire (COM / Ground), you won't be able to jump your PSU and the wires won't come "live".
Edited by KaRLiToS - 5/13/13 at 8:46am
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... why not just plug the 18 and 10 pin into the psu, undo all the 24 pin molex's and just follow the pin out.

top is mobo side, and bottom 2 are psu side. This is how i figured out my seasonic when it wasnt booting.

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You will have to set it at DC (direct current) (depends if the scale auto adjust) and set it at scale "20v" . (To be able to read +5 voltage, +20 voltage and +3.3 voltage)

But if you can't find the green (PS_ON) and a black wire (COM / Ground), you won't be able to jump your PSU and the wires won't come "live".

thanks Karlitos
i set it to battery +12v to test the psu and i got the psu to turn on, turn on fans and water pump, so obv the psu is not bad but now to find the faulty wiring!! im going to do what you said and test all lines
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... why not just plug the 18 and 10 pin into the psu, undo all the 24 pin molex's and just follow the pin out.

top is mobo side, and bottom 2 are psu side. This is how i figured out my seasonic when it wasnt booting.

problem is thats not to my power supply and wiring can be different, i dont want to rewire mine worse than it is, in 30+ minutes ill be able to call seasonic and hope i can get a diagram frown.gif
  
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post #78 of 106
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im feeling dumber using the multimeter, what a shame eh

at this point im going to wait to call seasonic and try to rewire my 24pin and see if i can get the pc working

seems im still too much brain farted from yesterday to understand how to properly read voltages / understand what im reading off which, since i dont know which should feed what power, just too much to ask for and too much to research frown.gif
  
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post #79 of 106
all seasonics are the same (within the generation) , i used that diagram on my x650 and it worked just fine, so you should be too.

also here you go..

http://www.overclock.net/t/969329/seasonic-x750-pinout-owners-please-help/10
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all seasonics are the same (within the generation) , i used that diagram on my x650 and it worked just fine, so you should be too.
going back in this thread someone with a x1000 had different wires, i cant take the risk of just assuming they do
it sucks all the wires are black

quick question - so if i test all the "reds" and they do have power, but the computer wont boot up with that wiring, is it a short/dead wire somewhere else/ miswired connector?
  
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