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Does anyone have the pinout for the EVGA 550 GS (or know if it is the same as the 650, 750, 850 etc)?
post #572 of 942
This thread, i r8 8/8 no db8 m8. GG all round. Repped Lutro and the Elf of gr8 magnitude.


Re-pinned the cables Pexon made for my AX860 Platinum and made a few more to fit a Seasonic 1200W XP3. If anyone is ever curious I can confirm that the 24-pin is identical but the others are all different. 8-pins are all switched top for bottom and use a PCIe block at the PSU end. Peripheral connector pinout is also different between the Corsair and Seasonic units (both Seasonic OEM).

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This thread, i r8 8/8 no db8 m8. GG all round. Repped Lutro and the Elf of gr8 magnitude.


Re-pinned the cables Pexon made for my AX860 Platinum and made a few more to fit a Seasonic 1200W XP3. If anyone is ever curious I can confirm that the 24-pin is identical but the others are all different. 8-pins are all switched top for bottom and use a PCIe block at the PSU end. Peripheral connector pinout is also different between the Corsair and Seasonic units (both Seasonic OEM).

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post #574 of 942
I cant seem to find anything on the EVGA 1000 PS (220-PS-1000-V1). Looking for a pinout. I could have sworn it was here before?...... maybe not. Thanks in advance for any help
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post #575 of 942
Does anyone know of a guide for the SuperFlower leadex Gold 1000W ? Or if they are at least single pinned/wired , or if they have any of those dreaded joins? rolleyes.gif
post #576 of 942
Does anyone have the pinouts for Silverstone strider gold series 750w?
post #577 of 942
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Does anyone have the pinouts for Silverstone strider gold series 750w?

It'll be the same as all other Silverstone Strider models. Follow the chart in the OP for the SilverStone ST65F-G 650W
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post #578 of 942
Hey Elf i wanted to share some findings with you. I am sleeving up an AX860 (the non "i" version) and the pinout guide lists it as being the same as the ax750/850 when it actually is based on the seasonic km3. I have a pinout i drew up based on the oem wires and i'll try to get some time to send it over to you. Thought i would bring it to your attention!
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It'll be the same as all other Silverstone Strider models. Follow the chart in the OP for the SilverStone ST65F-G 650W

I have double checked the psu cables.The mobo side 24pin connection is correct. But there are no double wires in pin 23 for the psu side connection. Instead,i have double wires in pin 23.
I am a little afraid to use the pinout.
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I have double checked the psu cables.The mobo side 24pin connection is correct. But there are no double wires in pin 23 for the psu side connection. Instead,i have double wires in pin 23.
I am a little afraid to use the pinout.

That double wire is not vital to the proper functioning of the PSU. It just helps the unit fine-tune the 5V line (for technical explanation, google Kelvin Bridge). For any Strider, you can safely leave out double wires on 5V. It will not only work properly, it will stay within ATX2.4 specifications.

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