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Understanding the pinout diagram orientation for the G2/B3/etc. PSUs

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2020/12/26 14:22:12 (permalink)
Hi all!
 
First post here and hoping that someone would be able to help me out as I'm wanting to sleeve my own cables. I'm trying to understand how the pinout diagram is oriented. When looking at picture, I assume that this would be as if I was looking directly at my power supply from the modular side. I've marked the pins that I assume match the diagram. Also I have a B3 650W PSU.
 
Pinout:

Marked pins:
 
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    Re: Understanding the pinout diagram orientation for the G2/B3/etc. PSUs 2020/12/26 18:22:24 (permalink)
    I don't know, but you could just un-pin them one-at-a-time and sleeve them one-at-a-time and not worry about mixing them up.  Or, use a multimeter to verify/determine which one is which per the diagram.  If your interpretation of the orientation determines that it is 3.3v, but the multimeter measures 5v, you will know for sure that your interpretation of the orientation is incorrect.
     
    Sorry, I don't own the PSU so it's hard for me to provide any certainty.
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