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Black is common, and R,G,B, probably signify what will light up when supplied with the required voltage.

for instance, - to black, and + to red will light up red, or + to green, will light up green.

...just an educated guess.. oh, yellow on a 4pin molex is 12v, red is 5v
Edited by l4n b0y - 2/6/11 at 10:20pm
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Originally Posted by l4n b0y View Post
Black is common, and R,G,B, probably signify what will light up when supplied with the required voltage.

for instance, - to black, and + to red will light up red, or + to green, will light up green.

...just an educated guess.. oh, yellow on a 4pin molex is 12v, red is 5v
But it's a +12v cable powering a +24v board.

I think I'll try it on my 20$ generic PSU first.. just to make sure it doesn't blow up.

I'll report back soon!
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