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Remake cables for a Supermicro proprietary motherboard

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hi,
I really want to use this: http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Atom/X10/A1SA7-2750F.cfm motherboard in a filserverbuild. heres a better picture of it:

heres a screenshot of the connector definition:

i'm planning to use this: http://www.seasonicusa.com/Platinum_Series_FL2.htm (520Watt Edition) as powersupply.
now to the questions:
- Is it right, that I can use the 12VEPS (8Pin) Connector as the 8Pin Connector? Are the pinouts right?
- Is it right, that I can use the Pin 9 as Pin 3 in the new Connector and the Pin 16 as the Pin 4 in the new connector? (From the 24Pin ATX Connector)
- Do I have the Pin# in this image right:


Thanks a lot!
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Many times the motherboard will have a 1 silkscreened onto the board next to pin 1 of the connector. I would look for that with a magnifying glass.
Then to verify that your pin numbering is correct, I would use an ohm meter to verify continuity between the ground pins on both of the connectors.
If it checks out, then I would agree that you can use the 12VEPS cable, and the pin numbers look good to me. Pin 16 is usually a green wire.
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