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post #211 of 215 (permalink) Old 06-09-2017, 02:58 AM
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Does this still apply to the 700w SFX-L? If I ordered a Cablemod cable kit, I would basically be able to use it across any modular Silverstone PSU produced after 2009? If so, that's great news for both you and Cablemod!

Yes of course! Currently all shipping SilverStone PSUs (again, except the fanless Nightjar series) still have the same pinouts and we plan on continuing with them for as long as we can.
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Figured we give everyone here an update as well. If you haven't noticed already, both SX800-LTI and SX700-LPT product pages now include a note below the specification table telling you which starting serial numbers indicate models with updated fans.

SX800-LTI was updated with dual ball bearing fan
http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=731

SX700-LPT was updated with FDB fan
http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=670

For SX650-G and SX500-G, they were already using FDB fans from the very beginning.
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Silverstone, I'm going to ask again for my own peace of mind...

Are the pinouts for the SX500-G and SX650-G still the same as the other modular units? I ask because these units now have an additional 4-pin connector for sense wires on the 24-pin. Which are the double wires on the 24-pin and which wire do they correspond to on the 4-pin connector?

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Silverstone, I'm going to ask again for my own peace of mind...

Are the pinouts for the SX500-G and SX650-G still the same as the other modular units? I ask because these units now have an additional 4-pin connector for sense wires on the 24-pin. Which are the double wires on the 24-pin and which wire do they correspond to on the 4-pin connector?

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Except for the 4pin sense wires, both SX500-G and SX650-G's pinouts are exactly the same as all previous SilverStone modular units. The extra 4pin corresponds to 24pin's +3.3V for sense, PS_ON, and two grounds.
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SX700-G has started shipping out from factory and the product page is up as well:

https://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=833
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