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Technically, the order of wires does not matter as long as the correct voltages are delivered, correct? 

 

For example, to eliminate double wires on a PSU, you could easily do this: 

 

Or does that not work, because every wire has a corresponding ground?

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I don't really know how to interpret your diagram, but your statement is correct. You can use any pin on the psu with the correct voltage as a source for a combined connector for the component side.

@BigElf: I've noticed some things looking through the pinouts. The diagrams from the Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid manual are just the connectors on component side (-> ATX spec). They have nothing to do with the psu-specific pinout, that might confuse people.

Then I've got another issue: it is not clear to me whether the pinouts should be read as a view onto the back of the power supply or a view on the end of the cables which go into the power supply. For example, I've provided the SPH850W pinout, which is definitely a view on the male connectors on the back of the psu, but I've got another pinout on my computer (OCZ ZX 850W) where I didn't use a multimeter but traced down the wires -> resulting in a view on the end of the cables going into the psu.

So... which is the standard form? Which view did people providing pinouts use? That's a massive origin of danger when you're making your own cables and use one of the many pinouts from this repository.
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@BigElf: I've noticed some things looking through the pinouts. The diagrams from the Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid manual are just the connectors on component side (-> ATX spec). They have nothing to do with the psu-specific pinout, that might confuse people.

You're right that they might be confusing so I'll have a think about the best use of them and probably remove them.

Then I've got another issue: it is not clear to me whether the pinouts should be read as a view onto the back of the power supply or a view on the end of the cables which go into the power supply. For example, I've provided the SPH850W pinout, which is definitely a view on the male connectors on the back of the psu, but I've got another pinout on my computer (OCZ ZX 850W) where I didn't use a multimeter but traced down the wires -> resulting in a view on the end of the cables going into the psu.

Unfortunately none of us have used a standard layout. Where the back of the PSU is shown I don't think it's necessary, for the others the proper pin-out number are shown and (I think) the diagrams or notes state whether it's a view looking at the front or rear of the connector

So... which is the standard form? Which view did people providing pinouts use? That's a massive origin of danger when you're making your own cables and use one of the many pinouts from this repository.

Everyone using these pin-outs in the main should have there own cables and they should use these pin-outs as a double check. I appreciate some people use them because they've screwed up without making their own notes of the pin-outs before starting (and in one particular case uses them to create cable sets for his business giving nothing back in return to the OCN community).

After saying that I think I'll move my notes on using a multi-meter and PSU tester into the intro rather than just in the notes I created for my own pin-out diagrams.


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post #154 of 919
You're right, it's always recommended to make your own pinout diagram before ripping your cables apart. However, the ones who lost their diagrams or never made one will probably find this thread and don't have any other choice than to use what they find. The only pinout which I found 0% misleading was the one by @Devious Dog for the Corsair AX1200. If we could encourage the contibutors of pinouts to use a certain template, we could standardize the diagrams leaving no room for open questions.

I realize that there's a lot of work associated with standardizing pinouts and I'm absolutely not saying that this repository wouldn't make sense the way it is right now. It's just an idea how to improve its value.
If you ever consider doing this, feel free to contact me as I would be glad to help. After all, everything we need is a really good template (yes, I'm looking at you, @Devious Dog biggrin.gif) to begin with.
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I will be posting the pin out for a Highpower Astro GD 500w 80+ PSU soon...I haven't received it yet:)
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That is a good looking psu!
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I will be posting the pin out for a Highpower Astro GD 500w 80+ PSU soon...I haven't received it yet:)
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That is a good looking psu!
Yes...yes it is:)
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UPDATE: Sorry for the delay. Been waiting for some wire and sleeving. Got them a few days ago. Tested 24 mobo, eps, vga(8pin and 6pin), and they passed! Wooo! I'm making the last cable a sata/molex power cable from scratch to test before I post anything. Will be finished soon. Lates


Aaaaand the sata connecters don't work on 16 ga wire...dang!
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EVGA Supernova 1000w G2 24 Pin cable pinout:D

T is for the thin gauge wire out of the the double wires.

I made a custom 24 pin cable with the capacitors removed and all the cables 16 gauge wire.
Works perfectly:)

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Big Elf made this. So awesome!

Thanks for making these guys. I was thinking about sharing the 1300 g2 diagram I made, but I'll save myself the work now. Just a heads up: the capacitors have a positive and negative side, and the three caps on the 24 pin all have different model numbers as well. Don't know if makes a difference, but it may want to be included anyway.

I checked my pinout against Big Elf's and it's correct. In case anyone is wondering, the three different caps are as follows:

(Motherboard side)
P1140: + goes to 5v, - goes to ground
P1226: + goes to 12v, - goes to ground
P1232: + goes to 3.3v, - goes to ground.

Thought this would be helpful for those like me who relocated the caps to custom cables on the power supply side in order to be hidden.
Edited by failwheeldrive - 1/8/14 at 1:29pm
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Thanks for making these guys. I was thinking about sharing the 1300 g2 diagram I made, but I'll save myself the work now. Just a heads up: the capacitors have a positive and negative side, and the three caps on the 24 pin all have different model numbers as well. Don't know if makes a difference, but it may want to be included anyway.

I checked my pinout against Big Elf's and it's correct. In case anyone is wondering, the three different caps are as follows:

(Motherboard side)
P1140: + goes to 5v, - goes to ground
P1226: + goes to 12v, - goes to ground
P1232: + goes to 3.3v, - goes to ground.

Thought this would be helpful for those like me who relocated the caps to custom cables on the power supply side in order to be hidden.

Thanks failwheeldrive for the heads up:) Good lookin out!!!!
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