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This will simply be a repository of Pinouts for people that are looking for them for their sleeving job. This will be a community project and everyone is encouraged to add to the repository.<br><br><span style="color:#0000FF;"><b><span style="font-size:16px;">It is always recommended that you make a pinout of your own, no matter what, before you begin on a sleeving job - remember to make one for all cables. Even if you see your pinout on the list please make one for yourself anyhow as nothing in this thread is iron clad and it should be a prerequisite to sleeving your power supply no matter how many times you have sleeved!</span><br><br><span style="font-size:12px;">I recommend investing in a PSU Tester and personally use the <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://uk.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001777" target="_blank"><b>Thermaltake Dr Power II</b></a> as it tests the main cables on an ATX PSU including the 8 Pin PCI-E cable which many testers do not include. I'd also suggest a Multi-Meter as a quick way of testing or doubling checking an individual pinout in the case of doubt.</span></b><br><br><i>Please also note that you are using these pinouts with no guarantee from anyone on the accuracy, but if they are listed most likely they were used on the project they were for.</i><br><br>
Another note of caution that some PSU makers will consider your warranty void by removing the wires!</span><br><br><span style="color:#FF0000;"><b>P.S.</b><br>
Please don't steal these pinouts for your own site/use without linking back to this thread as this thread will continue to be added to and pinouts verified. Also the users that contribute to these pinouts needs to get credit for the time they have put into helping out the community - so if you use them they should be thanked on your build log and the thread linked out of courtesy.</span><br><br><b>Quick Tip:</b><br>
A lot of the power supply units these days have double pins which make the sleeving process harder, you can try to sleeve a double wire and stuff it into the ATX connector but this looks terrible so most sleevers use a double wire technique where they put the split in the back of the case or make a short set of OEM cables and then add a set of extensions to the end for a clean look. Another way is to just shroud the PSU and then use extensions which is the cheapest way to go about it. But for those that want to full OEM sleeve or make a short cable kit you will need to split the cables to make them the cleanest and easiest to use. Therefore this video method was made by Lutro0 Customs a while ago and has been used by sleevers since.<br><br><a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXaKt-tiVI0" target="_blank"><b>Lutro0 Customs - Double Wire Video Guide</b></a><br><br><b>Also:</b><br>
If you run into problems or want info on on which methods to use please check out the Sleeving FAQ Located Here : <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1262900/frequently-asked-sleeving-questions/"><b>Frequently Asked Sleeving Questions<br></b></a><br><br>
I will add a nice graph that was made by someone from the MDPC Family for people to use and as people make their own pinouts we can add them by maker and model. The use of the graph is not needed and you make make your own as long as it is easy for others to read.<br><br>
Here is a graph to use and scan when you have a full pinout to get you started:
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<br><br><br><b><span style="font-size:24px;">Power Supply Pinouts</span></b><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">ATX Standard Motherboard and Hardware Side Pin Out</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>ATX Standard <span style="font-size:10px;">by Lutro0/Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623718/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1623718" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623718/flags/LL" style="; width: 640px; height: 778px"></a><br><br>
Remember this side will always be the same on the hardware side, the side that changes is on the OEM PSU side.<br><br>
Here is another great resource for all of the other cables commonly used: <a href="http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#sata" target="_blank">http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#sata</a><br></div>
<br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Antec Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>Antec HCP-1300 Platinum <span style="font-size:10px;">by kpoeticg</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1687585/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1687585" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1687585/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 473px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1691057/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1691057" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1691057/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 283px"></a></div>
<br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Cooler Master Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>Cooler Master Silent Hybrid Pro 850 24pin <span style="font-size:10px;">by Furion92, tictoc and Lutro0</span></b>
<a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">Furion92 Version<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1747578/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1747578" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1747578/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 351px"></a><br><br>
Lutro0 Version<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1749155/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1749155" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1749155/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 417px; height: 336px"></a><br></div>
<br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Corsair Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>Corsair AX1200 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Devious Dog</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><br><img alt="900x900px-LL-6f64a939_image01.jpeg" class="bbcode_img" src="http://cdn.overclock.net/6/6f/900x900px-LL-6f64a939_image01.jpeg" style="width:900px;height:637px;"><br><br>
<a href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1173304/corsair-ax-custom-power-cables/0_20#post_19936341">http://www.overclock.net/t/1173304/corsair-ax-custom-power-cables/0_20#post_19936341</a><br>
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<br><b>Corsair AX750, AX850 & AX860 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Lutro0</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623911/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1623911" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623911/flags/LL" style="; width: 1600px; height: 1080px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623916/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1623916" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623916/flags/LL" style="; width: 600px; height: 600px"></a></div>
<br><b>Corsair 1200I, AX860I, and AX760I Full <span style="font-size:10px;">by Deafboy/TheChisel</span></b>
<a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><img alt="900x900px-LL-a44ab88f_CorsairAX1200iPinout.jpeg" class="bbcode_img" src="http://cdn.overclock.net/a/a4/900x900px-LL-a44ab88f_CorsairAX1200iPinout.jpeg" style="width:900px;height:497px;"><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1271396/flags/LL"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1271396" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1271396/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 467px"></a><br>
<a href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1354660/ax1200i-24-pin-question/0_20">http://www.overclock.net/t/1354660/ax1200i-24-pin-question/0_20</a><br><br>
Please note that the AX860I, 1200I, and AX760I all have the same pinout!</div>
<br><b>Corsair RM750 <span style="font-size:10px;">by aRkangeLPT</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1874484/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1874484" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1874484/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 554px"></a><br></div>
<br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Enermax Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>Enermax MaxRevo 1350W 24pin <span style="font-size:10px;">by mundivalur</span></b>
<a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1747488/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1747488" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1747488/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 375px"></a></div>
<br><b>Enermax MaxRevo EMR1500EWT 1500W <span style="font-size:10px;">by Germanian</span></b>
<a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">The following image illustrates the modular sockets layout and its DC rail distribution.<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1897854/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1897854" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1897854/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 254px"></a><br>
You must connect the 16-pin and 20-pin connectors into respective sockets to enable the 24-pin MB and 8-pin CPU/EPS connectors.</div>
<br><br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">EVGA Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>EVGA SuperNOVA 850 G2 (also covers 750 G2, 1000 G2, 1000 P2, 1300 G2, 1200 P2 & 1600 G2) <span style="font-size:10px;">by tinus93 and Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2008572/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="2008572" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2008572/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 359px"></a><br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2009059/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="2009059" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2009059/width/350/height/700/flags/LL" style="; width: 350px; height: 380px"></a><br><br></div>
<br><b>EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2 and SuperNOVA 1300 G2 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Thaal Sinestro</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">Note that the PSU has capacitors between pins 1 and 3 (3.3V and Ground), pins 4 and 15 (5V and Ground) and pins 10 and 7 (12V and Ground).<br><br>
It has been confirmed that the SuperNOVA 1300 G2 also uses the same pin-out.<br><br>
Note: EVGA issued an <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.evga.com/articles/00803/" target="_blank"><b>Update Notice</b></a> for this PSU to highlight a possible manufacturing defect.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1752222/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1752222" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1752222/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 345px"></a><br></div>
<br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">HighPower Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>HighPower Astro GD 500W 80+Gold <span style="font-size:10px;">by Thaal Sinestro</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1839675/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1839675" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1839675/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 438px"></a></div>
<br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">OCZ Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>OCZ ZX 850w PSU 24pin <span style="font-size:10px;">by Lunker</span></b>
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OCZ ZX 850w PSU side Pinout<br><br>
MB Side ATX-PSU Side ATX<br>
1(+3.3v)-5(+3.3v)<br>
2(+3.3v)-17(+3.3v)<br>
3(GND)-8(GND)<br>
4(+5v)-14(+5v)<br>
5(GND)-6(GND)<br>
6(+5v)-13(+5v)<br>
7(GND)-10(GND)<br>
8(PG)-21(PG)-grey wire<br>
9(+5VSB)-18(+5VSB)-purple wire<br>
10(+12v)-12(+12v)<br>
11(+12v)-24(+12v)<br>
12(+3.3v)-4(+3.3v)<br>
13(+3.3v)-16(+3.3v)-double wire with brown to 15(psu side)<br>
14(-12v)-19(-12v)-blue wire<br>
15(GND)-23(GND)<br>
16(PS-ON)-20(PS-ON)-green wire<br>
17(GND)-7(GND)<br>
18(GND)-11(GND)<br>
19(GND)-22(GND)<br>
20(Not Used)xxxxxxxxxxxxx15(brown single wire connected with orange wire to 13 on MB side)<br>
21(+5v)-3(+5v)<br>
22(+5v)-2(+5v)<br>
23(+5v)-1(+5v)<br>
24(GND)-9(GND)<br><br>
Other cables are still needed for this pinout</div>
<br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">SeaSonic Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>Notes from Big Elf on SeaSonic Units</b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">Fanless FL1 - X-400, X-460<br>
Platinum Series, Fanless FL2 - P-400, P-460, P-520<br>
X-Series KM1 - X-650, X-750<br>
X-Series KM2 - X-560, X-660, X-760, X-850<br>
X-Series KM3 - X-650, X-750, X-850<br>
X-Series XM - X-1050, X-1250<br>
Platinum Series XP1 - P-860, P-1000, P-1200<br>
Platinum Series XP2 - P-660, P-760, P-860<br>
Platinum Series XP3 - P-1200<br><br>
These are all likely to apply to future releases of SeaSonic PSUs until further notice and can easily be verified by inspecting the supplied cables in the case of those supplied with coloured cables or checking with a multi-meter for the all black cables supplied with some of the later revisions.<br><br>
You should always double check these cables before use as incorrect pin-outs will cause component destruction. As I mention Ad nauseum I recommend the Thermaltake Dr Power II which will check every cable on an ATX PSU.<br><br>
SeaSonic uses a standard method of pin-outs for all their current PSUs for the following modular connectors used at the PSU socket:<br><br>
6 Pin Auxiliary Connector – used for 4 Pin Molex/Auxiliary Connectors and SATA Power Connectors<br>
In the case of the 4 Pin Molex/Auxiliary Connector pin-out no. 4 (3.3V) is not used.<br><br>
8 Pin Connector – Used for CPU/EPS Connectors and PCI-E Connectors. Uses 12V and Ground Connectors only.<br><br>
12 Pin Connectors – Used mainly for PCI-E Connectors but also for additional 8 Pin CPU/EPS Cables (only 4 x 12V and 4 x Ground pin-outs are populated). Uses 12V and Ground Connectors only. Where there are insufficient Ground connections e.g. for 2 x 8 Pin PCI-E Connectors it is necessary to splice Ground cables together to make up enough wires to connect to the 8 Pin PCI-E Connector.<br><br>
Because the connectors at the component end i.e. EPS/CPU/PCI-E/Molex/Auxiliary/SATA are all standard it should be easy to refer to the standard pin-outs for each of these connectors to correctly wire them up.<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1697844/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1697844" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1697844/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 98px"></a></div>
<br><br><b>SeaSonic Fanless FL1 - X-400, X-460 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744922/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1744922" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744922/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 361px"></a></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic Platinum Series, Fanless FL2 - P-400, P-460, P-520 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744927/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1744927" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744927/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 360px"></a></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic X-Series KM1 - X-650, X-750 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744932/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1744932" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744932/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 363px"></a></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic X-Series KM2 - X-560, X-660, X-760, X-850 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744938/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1744938" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744938/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 363px"></a></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic X-Series KM3 - X-650, X-750, X-850 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744940/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1744940" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744940/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 354px"></a></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic X-Series XM - X-1050, X-1250 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1919113/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1919113" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1919113/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 369px"></a><br><br>
Alternative Pinout<br><br>
The dual Ground wires shown on Pin 24 on the 24 Pin Connector are optional. If you redo Pin 24 as a single Ground wire then leave Pin 7 on the 18 Pin Connector unused and move Pin 3 from the 24 Pin connector to Pin 6 on the 18 Pin Connector to match the latest revision. It's beneficial to leave Pin 24 on the 24 Pin Connector as a single wire to avoid splitting dual wires between the 18 pin and the 10 pin connector. If you find this confusing let me know and I'll do an additional image.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744945/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1744945" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744945/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 358px"></a></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic Platinum Series XP2 - P-660, P-760, P-860 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires."<br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744947/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1744947" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1744947/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 358px"></a></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic X750 ATX Pinout 16-10Pin to 24Pin <span style="font-size:10px;">by Laine Dalí D'artagnan</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623716/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1623716" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623716/flags/LL" style="; width: 641px; height: 508px"></a><br><br>
Other cables are still needed for this pinout</div>
<br><b>SeaSonic Platinum 1000 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><img alt="900x900px-LL-d3d637ce_SeasonicP1000Pinouts.jpeg" class="bbcode_img" src="http://cdn.overclock.net/d/d3/900x900px-LL-d3d637ce_SeasonicP1000Pinouts.jpeg" style="width:900px;height:651px;"><br><br><img alt="LL" class="bbcode_img lightbox-enabled" data-id="1627986" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1627986/width/718/height/396/flags/LL" style="width:718px;height:396px;"><br><br>
<a href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1420796/repository-of-power-supply-pin-outs/20_20#post_20680274">http://www.overclock.net/t/1420796/repository-of-power-supply-pin-outs/20_20#post_20680274</a><br></div>
<br><b>SeaSonic XP3 Series - Platinum 1200 <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires. <b>Note:</b> The pin-outs on the 8 Pin Connectors are the opposite way round to all previous SeaSonic PSUs.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2059043/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="2059043" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2059043/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 252px"></a><br><br></div>
<br><br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Silverstone Series</span></b></span>
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This will cover other models, list coming soon.</div>
<br><b>SilverStone ST65F-G 650W <span style="font-size:10px;">by Big Elf</span></b>
<a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">A note from the Elf "As always with my pin-outs you're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1745003/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1745003" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1745003/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 252px"></a><br><br>
Note the dual wire on Pinout 21. This has an additional wire (looks like AWG20 or 22) crimped onto the same pin as the main wire.<br><br>
Also note the dual wire crimped onto Pin 13 (3.3V) at the Motherboard end of the connection which goes to Pin 13 and also Pin 20 on the PSU end of the connection. This is a sense wire which is used to fine tune voltages at load.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1745017/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1745017" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1745017/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 137px"></a></div>
<br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Ultra Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>Ultra X4 750W 24Pin <span style="font-size:10px;">by Frank N. Stein</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden"><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623710/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1623710" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1623710/flags/LL" style="; width: 720px; height: 531px"></a><br><br>
<a href="http://www.4shared.com/office/6qV20HdK/UltraX4_750W_24-Pin.html" target="_blank">http://www.4shared.com/office/6qV20HdK/UltraX4_750W_24-Pin.html</a><br><br>
Other cables are still needed for this pinout</div>
<br><br><br><span style="font-size:16px;"><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">XFX XTR Series</span></b></span>
<hr class="bbcode_rule"><br><b>XFX XTR 550W 24Pin <span style="font-size:10px;">by Adict and Big Elf</span></b><br><a class="spoiler-link H-spoiler-toggle" href="#"><strong>Click to Expand</strong> <span class="spoiler-help">(Click to show)</span></a><div class="spoiler-hidden">The pin-out for the XFX XTR 550W PSU has been <a class="bbcode_url" href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1420796/repository-of-power-supply-pin-outs/220_20#post_22029880"><b>confirmed</b></a> as being the same as the SeaSonic KM2 series. You're looking at the connector from the rear (where the wire is inserted). Where 2 is shown in brackets after the wire colour on the 24 Pin Connector it denotes dual wires.<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1956716/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1956716" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1956716/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 500px; height: 358px"></a></div>
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Sweet thread and highly needed! thanks Mike!
 

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I will get the NZXT HALE 90v2 Series up for you too Mike. Should have told me a while ago about this
 
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excellent pinout for the 1200I
 

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I will get the NZXT HALE 90v2 Series up for you too Mike. Should have told me a while ago about this</div>
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Just started it today, it was sparked by the idea of a few different sites building modding repositories. I know this subforum to be full of some of the most active and passionate sleevers from around the world so it just dawned on me for this to be an awesome place for it to be constantly updated and used. I take no credit in the idea - i just carried it out and made it easy for people to add more of them.<br><br>
But it would be awesome to have official pinouts from NZXT for their psus.
 

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Yes some people take allot of work in making these and deserve the rep for making them if you use them.<br><br>
-edit- Please excuse the double posts, refreshing a ton and missing things lol
 

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This is good stuff! Thanks for getting it all in one place!
 

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This is good stuff! Thanks for getting it all in one place!</div>
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Working on getting it stickied as well as the Pin and Connector Thread (<a href="http://www.overclock.net/t/1327420/pc-crimping-part-numbers/0_20">http://www.overclock.net/t/1327420/pc-crimping-part-numbers/0_20</a>)which is a huge source of knowledge itself.<br><br>
-edit- Looks like they are stickied!
 

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Lol Mike. Pretty sure I drew that diagram <img alt="tongue.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/tongue.gif"><br><br>
I can add the pinouts for the Molex/Sata, EPS and PCIe if you like, but the original files are on my work PC.
 

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Lol Mike. Pretty sure I drew that diagram <img alt="tongue.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.overclock.net/images/smilies/tongue.gif"><br><br>
I can add the pinouts for the Molex/Sata, EPS and PCIe if you like, but the original files are on my work PC.</div>
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Yes please do, I just looked it up online so all credit will goto you bud, I think that diagram covers allot of them.
 

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Does the HX series for Corsair have the same layout as the AX?
 

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Yes please do,</div>
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There we go: Silverstone ST45SF-G pinout<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1625278/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1625278" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1625278/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 375px; height: 250px"></a>
 

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There we go: Silverstone ST45SF-G pinout<br><br><a class="H-lightbox-open" href="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1625278/"><img alt="" class="lightbox-enabled" data-id="1625278" data-type="61" src="http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1625278/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL" style="; width: 375px; height: 250px"></a></div>
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WISK how many models use this pin out?
 

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WISK how many models use this pin out?</div>
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I think all Striders, but since I only own SFX ones I can't confirm. Do you want me to also make a more general version of that diagram?
 

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I think all Striders, but since I only own SFX ones I can't confirm. Do you want me to also make a more general version of that diagram?</div>
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It would be easier for the complete route of the cables for new sleevers. And I know allot of them use the same pin out. It would be nice to know which ones do so people can buy the right one based on the easy pinout.
 

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Anyone know the best way to put sleeving on ocz zx 1250w? this source has its pin 24 out of the psu very strange!
 

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Anyone know the best way to put sleeving on ocz zx 1250w? this source has its pin 24 out of the psu very strange!</div>
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I want to say that the zx series is the same, but you would need to double check. I also believe they have lots of caps which need to be removed. Also you will have to follow the double wire guide for the double wires.<br><br>
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