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post #1 of 10
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If some one has a seasonic x-series power supply I need the PIC-E 6+2 pin or cable guide.
If you can take pictures of the whole cable where each wire goes that be great or a pin diagram.
Either one will work. Thanks
post #2 of 10
GET ER DONE MATE!

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post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
OK man Thanks but this is not going to help. The cables that come with them now are all black plus I don't need them all just the PCI-E cable. So IF someone can show me just the PCI-E cable that be great.
I sleeve all of my cables and I went to turn it on and nothing. my power supply wont come on. So I did the jump start test and I got it to come on after I pull all the cables out. Then I went down the line one cable at a time until I got to the PCI-E cable. That the one causing my problems. I plug the cable into my power supply and it came on then to the graphic card and it wont power up. Both card work fine on my Z87 setup. I'm running one now. So it has to be the cable.
Edited by skywalker311 - 9/17/13 at 8:51pm
post #4 of 10
The pinouts are all the same... they don't change from PSU to PSU.

Google:

post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
This would help if my cables were colored but they are not. They come all black so I wouldn't know which is which.
Thanks anyway.
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by skywalker311 View Post

This would help if my cables were colored but they are not. They come all black so I wouldn't know which is which.
Thanks anyway.

Dude what do you expect? Nobody can tell you which is which when they are all black, try keeping track next time... Do you own a multimeter? If not, buy one and use the diagram above which will help you if you'd stop being ignorant to help.

In that diagram, 12V positive is yellow and ground is black. Figure it out from there with a multimeter or even a 12V light bulb from a car thumb.gif
Edited by HairyGamer - 9/17/13 at 10:17pm
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
What ever. I trying to explain what going on and be as grateful as I can for any help that is given. Believe me I've tried Google first and then here on the forums. All I can find is 24 pin diagram.
That why I'm waiting for someone who has a seasonic x-series power supply. I did have a diagram that I made but my 21 month old nephew color all over it while I was at work.
post #8 of 10
You can't be helped, it seems. If you can't use a multimeter or 12V bulb to figure out positive vs negative then you had no business taking your PSU cables apart.

It doesn't matter whether or not I own the same PSU - the wiring on the PSU is the same as it is on any PSU, it's all standard otherwise it wouldn't work.

All grounds are on the side of the clip, all 12V positives are on the "far side" - away from the clip. Using a multimeter or a 12V lighbulb would make all of this infinitely easy to figure out.

That is all.
post #9 of 10
I have to agree with everyone else here. Either a 12v bulb, or a multimeter. If this is a constant problem for you, I highly suggest investing in some cheap plastic tabs or pin covers, so you can code them right off the bat. Using the picture above, you should easily be able to find your 12v's and grounds. Which is what everyone else does.
    
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post #10 of 10
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I email seasonic for a 6+2 pin diagram. I'm sticking with just making extensions for now on. I've done 6 builds this year so far and this was my first fully modular power supply that I did. It would have been so much easier if the wires had been color. This has been a pain in the ass from day one. LOL
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