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post #641 of 919
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Originally Posted by mundivalur View Post

Yes they use the same cables
thanks!
PLEASEEE, ADD ALL THIS POWER SUPLYS PIN OUT TO THREAD JEJEJE
SEASONIC ONLY, BUT ARE ALL!!!!

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post #642 of 919
There are a few Seasonic models that have a different 8pin cpu and gpu, if your seasonic has a 12pin connector for the gpu cables if you have that type then read the "Notes from Big Elf on SeaSonic Units" page 1
post #643 of 919
I have a Seasonic M12 II Bronze EVO Edition 850W. I want to know the pin outs of the cables to make some custom ones, especially the 24 pin ATX cable which is hard to because its not a flat cable?
post #644 of 919
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Originally Posted by jarn View Post

Hello all,
Here is my pinout for the seasonic M12ii 750W Evo (http://seasonic.com/product/m12ii-750-evo/)
Whould the pin outs be the same as the 850W version? Is the numbers the same as what it says on the connector?
Edited by BigBig5 - 2/10/16 at 8:40am
post #645 of 919
Hello BigBig5,
The pin-out should be the same... The 750 even has the same data-sheet as the 850 (http://seasonic.com/main/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/M12II-EVO-750-850-AM2-FDB.pdf)
The numbers are just so that I could remember which wire goes where, they don't correspond to something else.
In any case double check my pin-out diagram with your cables before stripping all wires.
cheers
post #646 of 919
I am in the process of sleeving a 24pin for Seasonic 860W platinum SS-860XP2.
Just curious that if I can change the pinout based on their voltage?
originally,
18pin connector ---> 24pin connector,
pin9 ---> pin1
pin8 ---> pin2
They are 3.3volt.

Could I do pin9--->pin2 & pin8--->1??
post #647 of 919
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Originally Posted by GhostHitWall View Post

I am in the process of sleeving a 24pin for Seasonic 860W platinum SS-860XP2.
Just curious that if I can change the pinout based on their voltage?
originally,
18pin connector ---> 24pin connector,
pin9 ---> pin1
pin8 ---> pin2
They are 3.3volt.

Could I do pin9--->pin2 & pin8--->1??
Yes you can make your own pin out as long as the wires go to the right volts/ground smile.gif
post #648 of 919
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Originally Posted by mundivalur View Post

Yes you can make your own pin out as long as the wires go to the right volts/ground smile.gif

Thx!! does that apply to double wire too??

EX: on the 24PinS, 23,22,21,6(double wired),4 are all 5 volts
like on the 24Pins, 6 is connected to both 12&2 on the 18Pins.

Could I do, 2&3 on the 18Pins to 4 on the 24Pin?
post #649 of 919
Yea if its the same volts then its all good
post #650 of 919

I wonder if a monitor wire going to the 18 pin outlet is in the same circuit as a black Ground wire going to the 10 Pin outlet. I've always made it a rule to restrict doubling of the Ground wires to the 18 Pin outlet - unless the monitor wire goes to the 10 Pin outlet instead (which I've never heard of).

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