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I have an Enermax Platimax 1350w PSU. My question is... does it matter how I run wires among similar voltages? For example... look at the picture below...



If you look at the 20P/16P... more specifically, the 20P, there are (6) 5V pins: five of them on the right side of the connector and one on the top left (1st row, 2nd pin labeled 5VRS).

My question is, these 6 wires consume 5 pins on the 24 pin connector to the motherboard. does it matter which wire I plug from the 24P connector? As long as all the pins are 5V in this case and are in the correct pin assignment I should be OK, right? I'm asking because having a bit of freedom could help immensely with sleeving and wire mgmt.

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Let me throw another question up there...

Are all ground wires interchangeable?

I ask this because there is one black wire on the 24pin that has two blacks coming off of it and going to two different pins on the PSU side. Are they interchangeable? Because if they are, then it would help me big time with my sleeving and making the harness look as clean as possible.
    
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You have a 1350W power supply with just 1 7970?
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dual 7970s.

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