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

So no issues doing it that way? I need to resleeve my 1200i and it'd be great not to split that wire.
post #592 of 972
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Originally Posted by deafboy View Post

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

So no issues doing it that way? I need to resleeve my 1200i and it'd be great not to split that wire.

read: interesting thread on the matter

it appears that pin #20 used to be -5V in a previous revision of the ATX spec, but was removed ~15yrs ago. therefore, pin #20 is not longer used in most modern motherboards. I can't believe this topic has not come up in this thread already... seems super-relevant

i am currently resleeving my entire case. not done yet, but i will let you know if anything fries when i turn it on thumb.gif
post #593 of 972
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read: interesting thread on the matter

it appears that pin #20 used to be -5V in a previous revision of the ATX spec, but was removed ~15yrs ago. therefore, pin #20 is not longer used in most modern motherboards. I can't believe this topic has not come up in this thread already... seems super-relevant

i am currently resleeving my entire case. not done yet, but i will let you know if anything fries when i turn it on thumb.gif

I'm sorry, I'm kind of confused... I was talking about pin 13 split. Lol I haven't used pin 20 in a long time.
post #594 of 972
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

So no issues doing it that way? I need to resleeve my 1200i and it'd be great not to split that wire.

I haven't had any issues and everything checks out on the multimeter so I'd say go for it.
 
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I haven't had any issues and everything checks out on the multimeter so I'd say go for it.

Excellent, thanks for the information. I actually need to extend my cables, hopefully 36 inch cables don't cause any issues.
post #596 of 972
Do anyone has, or know where I can find the wire diagram for a Super Flower leadex 850 watt??

Have been trying to find one for hours.

I sleeved my 24 pin cable and made some mistakes. I ended up with a full 20 pin and only 3 cables in the 4 pin.

Then I found some guy in this thread had a diagram for the 1000 watt. But when I compared his diagram to my it seems I haven't a single cable right - which to me seems very suspicious.


So please, anyone?
post #597 of 972
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Since I'm doing a full cable-mod on my Super Flower Leadex Platinum 1000 W Black, I thought I'd share it with you guys, so Lutro0 can add it to his repository.

Super Flower is using their own patented 3x6, 3x4 and 3x3 connectors!

In the picture, you are actually looking at the front of the connector.




Edit: Corrected the pinout

Hey, from what direction have you designed the pinout? From the back or front?

Is it the same for the 850 Watt platinum?

I guess it's like this, upside down from the front?

Edited by eucalyptus - 11/4/15 at 2:08am
post #598 of 972
Is there any info if AX760 and AX760i have the same pinout? I have ax760 and I'm going to sleeve the 24pin cable tomorrow. If I cant get a confirmation I'll make my own wiring diagram and post it here or just compare it to the wiring diagram of a 760i.
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post #599 of 972
Anyone have the pinout for Superflower Leadex Gold 750W?
post #600 of 972
I'm looking at my spare cpu cable.
The double wires seem to come out from 1 and 6 on the PSU side, but your diagram indicated 2 and 6 position.

But mine are Leadex Gold 750W. Would that be the reason for the difference?
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