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    Default where can i buy a Corsair Link USB dongle for an AXi PSU

    title pretty much says it all. i can't find it on their website. they have the corsair commander still for sale, but I really don't want to blow that much money on something i won't really use. i only want to connect the PSU to the link software. no fans, leds, coolers, none of that.

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    Contact corsair and ask for the part number CP-8920019

    Or if you like messing around with things I guess you could build one. I have one stuck in my case, but 3m vhb doesn't like to let go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Since it's i2c, do you know the pinout of it? Which pin is power ground data and clock?

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    Not sure what designates pin 1 (I don't use the I2C connector. I connect via USB), but the pin out is:

    1: Clock
    2: Return
    3: Data
    4: Hardware Notification to Master

    Someone on the Corsair forums would probably know more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Not sure what designates pin 1 (I don't use the I2C connector. I connect via USB), but the pin out is:

    1: Clock
    2: Return
    3: Data
    4: Hardware Notification to Master

    Someone on the Corsair forums would probably know more.
    I2c should only use two pins for data though as far as I've used it.

    2 and 4 are weird . I thought they'd be power. And ground. Well thanks .

    As an example, is the i2c interface given by the nxp 56F8014?

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    Yeah... I'm no expert when it comes to that kind of hardware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    thanks! i wish they included a picture, that way i wouldn't have missed it. also seems a little steep for what it is. this computer will have to live without it.. oh well.

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    You don't have a spare USB port?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    You don't have a spare USB port?
    i got about a zillion spare USB ports. is there a way to wire the PSU's "comm port" to a USB port?

    this is an AX760i, it doesn't have a "USB comm port" like the AX1500i or HXi PSUs. just the 4 pin thing

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