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post #771 of 784
Hey All! I have been reading this thread diligently and I have to say thanks to all who have contributed here. You have all helped me so much in understanding this dreaded 24 pin out. I have an EVGA 1000 G2 PSU and I too would like to custom sleeve it myself. I have all of the parts/items/tools needed to do the deed but I am stuck on this capacitor issue. This is what it looks like for me (as I'm sure it does for everyone else):



Also, just to reiterate what everyone else has been saying, MAKE YOUR OWN PINOUT! I'm so glad that I did not only to make sure it was right, but for the learning experience as well. All the same, I am including my personal PINOUT for anyone who would like to compare/check their own against. This PINOUT is specific to the EVGA 1000 G2 PSU only. AGAIN, do your won pinout to be sure and to double check it is correct. But it doesn't hurt to compare yours to mine to see if they are the same, extra validation, right?! Here it is:



Anyway, I would like to sleeve these myself, especially because the CableMod 24 pin custom cable is $40 + $20 flat shipping cost (come on! $20?? for a 0.09 lb cable? I ask you...). I read on here that you can just cut off the capacitors, but I would rather keep them for the sake of things being done exactly right and in the off chance down the line I actually need them. Then I read that I can just cut them off where they are and splice them onto the same wires but lower down the line toward the PSU so that they are not noticeable (as long as the polarities are the same as they originally were). Is this true? I think this sounds like the best option for me. I just want additional verification and to maybe discuss my method with the community before just doing it. Also, if anyone has any better solutions I am all ears! Thanks again!
post #772 of 784
Cut the capacitors, they are meant to regulate differences in electrical surges or something, but I've been running my rig without them for a year now and it's just fine. Just make sure they are cut all the way down to prevent a short.
post #773 of 784
Hey @SimonOcean ,

Just wanted to update you on my sleeving. I've been really busy on a different client build lately but I've done the 24pin of my RM1000i. I'll edit a photo in this post real soon. I haven't tested anything yet but I'll get on that as well.

I'm getting ready to put that aside again to sleeve a RM850i for another client. Do you know if your RM1000i diagrams apply for the RM850i ?

Thanks for all your help!
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post #774 of 784
Sorry, not sure regarding the RM850i. I think Corsair themselves do a braided cables accessory for the RMi series. Maybe you can check to see if the ones that are suitable for RM1000i are suitable for RM850i. That should answer your question.
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Nice trick!
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post #776 of 784
I've tried searching around a little bit, but couldn't find one anywhere. I did a pinout for my Seasonic Prime Titanium 650w, but wanted to compare against someone elses to check my work. This is my first time sleeving, so I wanted to make sure I did it right!
post #777 of 784
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Originally Posted by SimonOcean View Post

Sorry, not sure regarding the RM850i. I think Corsair themselves do a braided cables accessory for the RMi series. Maybe you can check to see if the ones that are suitable for RM1000i are suitable for RM850i. That should answer your question.

Hey,

Just wanted to follow-up my last post with a proper response from Corsair. The RM850i and the RM1000i do indeed share the same pinout. Here is Corsair's response :





Also, here are my 24pin and 8pin EPS cables for the RM1000i. I'll let you guess which ends are hidden and which are shown.





Thanks for all your help @SimonOcean
Edited by Virgule - 4/8/17 at 7:29am
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post #778 of 784
You are welcome. Congratulations: it looks like you have done a VERY neat job there. Well done.
post #779 of 784
So I'm working on developing the pin out for a Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB 850W Gold Full Modular. Basically I just followed the wires and based it on the standard 24 pin mapping.

Here's my question. The pin 17 on the motherboard connector is empty. This is just a ground. For cosmetic reasons, I want to fill this pin. Can I just route it to Pin 14 on PSU1 (18 pin) which is currently one of two pins fed from pin 24 on the motherboard connector. Bottom line - isn't a ground a ground?

Here's what I have so far (THIS IS UNTESTED AND IS A WORK-IN-PROCESS - ONLY POSTED TO GET INPUT FROM THE FORUM):

MOTHERBOARD
Pin Name
1 +3.3V
2 +3.3V
3 COM Ground
4 +5V
5 COM Ground
6 +5V
7 COM Ground
8 PWR_ON Power Good
9 +5V Standby
10 +12V1
11 +12V1
12 +3.3V
13 +3.3V
14 -12V
15 COM Ground
16 PS_ON# Power Supply On
17 COM Ground **************this pin is empty on the Thermaltake PSU cable************
18 COM Ground
19 COM Ground
20 NC -5 VDC
21 +5V
22 +5V
23 +5V
24 COM Ground

PSU 1 (18 pin)
Pin MB Pin Name
1 9 +5V Standby
2 9 +5V Standby
3 7 COM Ground
4 16 PS_ON# Power Supply On
5 15 COM Ground
6 22 +5V
7 21 +5V
8 23 +5V
9 13 +3.3V
10 12 +3.3V
11 11 +12V1
12 1 +3.3V
13 24 COM Ground
14 24 COM Ground
15 5 COM Ground
16 14 -12V
17 4 +5V
18 19 COM Ground

PSU 2 (10 pin)
Pin MB Pin Name
1 8 PWR_ON Power Good
2 8 PWR_ON Power Good
3 2 +3.3V
4 3 COM Ground
5 3 COM Ground
6 20 NC -5 VDC
7 10 +12V1
8 10 +12V1
9 18 COM Ground
10 6 +5V
Edited by ZestyChicken - 4/11/17 at 10:04pm
post #780 of 784
Anyone have a diagram for six pin pcie to PSU side(EVGA T2). Where each wire goes & which one is double crimped? I can't seem to find a proper picture.
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