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    Default Pin Out Confirmation AX860i - Peripheral/Sata

    Greetings All!

    The good folks at silentpcreview suggested coming here to CONFIRM the fine pin out diagram for the AX i-series that's listed at overclock.net here:

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1420796/r...upply-pin-outs

    When looking at the back of the Corsair AX860i and using the socket with the tab-on-top, as an example, then the top row from left-to-right shows ground/5V/ground while the bottom row shows 3.3V/5V/12V; the Corsair plug itself leaves the top-center female vacant.

    I did send a query to Corsair asking for a pin out diagram in order to "officially" confirm the good work done at overclock.net but received no reply after a little over 2 days of waiting; hence my visit here.

    Could jonnyguru (or someone) confirm the correctness of the overclock.net pinout diagram for me, please?

    Best Regards

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    I'm sorry.. what do you want to know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I'm sorry.. what do you want to know?
    I had the same question myself !
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    If I understood correctly, he would like to take a 12V supply from the PEG connector, in order to feed another device with a low ripple current.
    Best, Luca

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I'm sorry.. what do you want to know?
    Hi,

    My question was: Can you or someone of similar authority confirm that the pin out diagram for Corsair's AX...i series that was posted on overclock.net is correct? I am specifically interested in the pin out for the "Peripheral & Sata" sockets. Here's the link to the overclock.net diagram:

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1420796/r...upply-pin-outs

    Scroll down a bit to:Power Supply Pinouts, 4th entry under that is the Corsair Series, then click on the 3rd entry under that, which is the i-series' pin out diagram.

    My apologies if my opening post was confusing - I had quite the opposite intention .

    Best Regards

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    They are correct. That is the "Type 3" pin out. The CX-M, CS-M, RM, HX Silver and Gold, HXi, AX Platinum and AXi all use this same pinout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    They are correct. That is the "Type 3" pin out. The CX-M, CS-M, RM, HX Silver and Gold, HXi, AX Platinum and AXi all use this same pinout.
    Excellent; thank you kindly for taking the time to check this out, very much appreciated; and can sleep better tonite, too

    Best Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    That is the "Type 3" pin out.
    Which is nearly identical to the newer Type 4, set aside the added four sense wires (repetita iuvant ).
    Best, Luca

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