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Thread: Power Supply Modding




  1. #11
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    With an AT PSU you have to connect the the first wire on the P8 connector (which should be coloured orange) to one of the earth wires (black) on that same connector to get the "Good Power" signal to work then just use the switch to turn it off and on. :smokin:
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    i was almost close ish ......

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    Wiggo, great diagrams in that link. Now I can have 20 fans in my case and not overload my primary PSU!

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    Only iffin ya two PSU's I think. :D


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    For a total of three? I think this may be a good use for a cheap PSU.

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    Think of using a vacuum cleaner? :D

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