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post #581 of 947
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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

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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Thanks for the explanation biggrin.gif I will google it up after i finish my school project.
post #582 of 947
Hey guys,

Just wanted to share repository pin outs for SuperFlower Leadex Silver 550W - SF-550F14MT

24 pins have 3 double wiring. For the pcie and eps connectors, they are one to one, they are not universal among each other as it is seperated on the psu itself and requires identical connectors for it. For example, pcie connectors on the psu will only fit pcie connectors and would not fit the EPS connectors.

Picture for pin out attached.

Tested and all works fine, however we would not be liable for any wrong doings done, rest assured we had triple check the pin outs and tested with PSU tester and works well.

We will be doing the 650w silver and the gold series version as well soon, however the gold series which uses acrylic transparent type connectors are unique, they are 3 rows instead of 2 rows basic connectors used. Basically we would have to re-use the original connectors that came with it.

SuperFlower-Leadex-Silver-550W---SF-550F14MT.jpg 105k .jpg file

Any questions, feel free to PM me.

Thanks,
Revoluzion Technologia
post #583 of 947
I hope this is the appropriate location to ask this.

I just got an EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 to replace my old SilverStone ST1200 which doesn't have enough amps on the 12v line to power my GPUs (it's not the new/current SST-ST1200) I'm trying to kind of "future proof" my rig for later upgrading.

Now, I've heard that the EVGA uses 16awg vs the typical 18AWG. While I've read that I should be fine with running 18awg extensions for my connections, I'm redoing all my cable work either way so I figured I would use 16awg on my GPUS easy enough and the EPS cable as well, but the 24pin connector is a concern because my build will have a flat ribbon ("Corsair Style") cable straight off the MB then immediately under it with as little wire showing as possible.

Also of note/considerations, I'm looking at upgrading in a few years, atm my upgrade of choice woudl be an asus x99-we w/i7, which uses more power off the MB. I believe the m.2 ssd uses power off the PCIe and I intend to get one off those as well (which GPU's tax PCIe onboard power a bit already yea?) So now what about the 24pin connection? As I understand it the EPS powers the CPU, so does the mean that the 24pin power's the PCIe's?

If the 24pin powers the PCIe's then could I just go 16awg on the 12v lines and grounds, and leave the rest at 18awg, or would I need to do the whole cable in 16awg? You can do sense wires in 22awg yea?, so am I right in presuming that the 3.3 and 5v cables could be done in 18awg no problem? And/or that 16awg would never be necessary on those wires?

UPDATE: a detailed study of EVGA's stock cables answered a lot of my questions above - they mix 16, 18, 20, and 22 gauge for various reasons, so it's clearly okay to mix the gauges as they did to make my 24pin MB ribbon cable "thinner." They also use 22awg off the psu for sense, 3.3v, 5v, and one of the 12v wires so I think as long as I match their stock gauges I should be good. EVGA however doesn't recommend extensions as the added length interferer's with resistance and such so I'll have to make some adjustments. (Still wondering about the following question, if any computer engineer/PCB studier happens to know if there's a set pathway for the PCIe slot power (like the 12v pin #10 on the connector feeds PCIe slots 1 and 3 or w/e,) that'd be great, then I could just make sure to put 16awg on those.)


As an... alternate solution, maybe, I've found a gizmo by EVGA that basically plugs a molex straight into an unused PCIe slot and powers the PCIe lane on the MB just like a direct molex on the board would. (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005OTXUYU?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00) A few trusted reviewers have indicated that while it's likely unneeded they do find it smooths out the power flux on PCIe lanes in crossfire etc. So I figured it couldn't hurt and I went ahead and got one, so the secondary question is, if I've got this thing plugged in on the MB, should I still switch over to 16awg on the 24pin or no?


~ Basically I'm trying to limit the width of the 24pin cable so it doesn't interfere with the connections of other plugins near the 24pin, I don't want any "stacked" ribbons wrapping around the edge of the mb. Like a lot of MB's have the 2.0 USB plug right next to the 24pin and stuff, I just don't want to run into a stacking issue with later upgrades. AKA I'm being picky heh
Edited by Mystriss - 10/23/15 at 12:25pm
post #584 of 947
Hello all, I need some help with the pinout on my EVGA G2 750.

Correct me if I am wrong, but A) the EPS (CPU) cable is linear (just goes straight across)?
B) I can cross a 12v and a 12v, same with a ground and a ground?
C) whatever is on the "PSU" side I mimic on the "component" side?

Please help me out with this!
Edited by alltheGHz - 10/18/15 at 9:26am
post #585 of 947
Alright I got my EVGA SuperNOVA 1600T2 and I'll be remaking all the cables for it so I'm doing detailed pin outs. Here's the complicated 24 pin MB cable so you don't have to cut off /your/ stock EVGA sleeve to figure it out heh



The caps are all on the MB connector side and there are no duals on the PSU connector side. I've also included the stock wire gauges since EVGA mixes 16, 20, and 22.


I've got the info for the others, just need to make the charts, will post those in a day or so.
Edited by Mystriss - 10/23/15 at 11:44am
post #586 of 947

Great chart. I'm assuming that the PSU connector diagrams, like the Motherboard connector diagram (and unlike the charts at the start of the Repository) are showing the nozzle-side (or front) of the connectors rather than the wire-side (or rear)?

 

Edit: Oh, now that I look at it more closely I see that the PSU connector diagrams are showing the wire-side view!

 

Edit in response to Post 587 (below):
Ok. The connector diagrams in Post 585 (above) are now all nozzle-side (front) views and the two previous comments in this post should be disregarded by anyone preparing to act on them without reading further.


Edited by Himo5 - 10/23/15 at 4:22pm
post #587 of 947
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Originally Posted by Himo5 View Post

Great chart. I'm assuming that the PSU connector diagrams, like the Motherboard connector diagram (and unlike the charts at the start of the Repository) are showing the nozzle-side (or front) of the connectors rather than the wire-side (or rear)?

Edit: Oh, now that I look at it more closely I see that the PSU connector diagrams are showing the wire-side view!

Awk... I suppose I should at least make them both wire side or peg side... I used a generic 24pin diagram instead of making my own connector image from scratch and didn't even think that they were showing different sides lol Will fix the PSU side to the "nozzle-side" view right now heh

Update: I've put the corrected image in my post. Thanks for catching that and I'm sorry about any confusion, I'd been up over 30 hours tongue.gif
Edited by Mystriss - 10/23/15 at 11:49am
post #588 of 947
can anyone tell me why the 1200i has a shared 3.3V to mobo pin #13? i dont think it is standby or anything... is it necessary to jumper PSU pin #20 to pin #13 as shown in the diagram?

seems like i could just wire PSU #13 to mobo #13 and not run a #20 at all...



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post #589 of 947
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can anyone tell me why the 1200i has a shared 3.3V to mobo pin #13? i dont think it is standby or anything... is it necessary to jumper PSU pin #20 to pin #13 as shown in the diagram?

seems like i could just wire PSU #13 to mobo #13 and not run a #20 at all...



@Lutro0, @deafboy ?

I ran it one-to-one without the shared split. No idea why they had it. In my experience its not necessary.
 
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post #590 of 947
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can anyone tell me why the 1200i has a shared 3.3V to mobo pin #13? i dont think it is standby or anything... is it necessary to jumper PSU pin #20 to pin #13 as shown in the diagram?

seems like i could just wire PSU #13 to mobo #13 and not run a #20 at all...
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@Lutro0, @deafboy ?

I ran it one-to-one without the shared split. No idea why they had it. In my experience its not necessary.


thanks! that's what I thought, just couldnt find any confirmation... or any reason why corsair would make their harnesses like that
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