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    HCG750 Color Coded Wires.jpg
    When cable sets are all black, it's common to want a pinout chart; however, this thread's becoming tedious to me at least, given that your wire set is color-coded, 'which wire is which & goes where' is divined by eye-sight, your hand-made chart using pen/paper can be created by you within 5minutes or less. I posted the volts/color guide for you already (blk = ground/earth etc) while the HCP1300 looks like a basic match as well. If the CPU 8pin & GRFX cables both put the ylw (or ylw/blk) in the bottom row of the modular connector, for instance, black wires all in the top row, for instance, that should say to you that the front panel where those plug into are 'all bottom row pins = 12v / all top row pins = Grd' ... from there, inspect the SATA/Peripheral cables for color relative to which pin slots they're in left-to-right relative to the top latch ... ... ... make a chart, sleeve your cables, when done > jumpstart PSU on > take multi-meter & verify your cable ends are correct

    To verify, take photos of your pre-sleeved cable ends (at both ends). The rest of what to do is obvious. Pinout Charts for 24p / CPU / SATA / Periph / GRFX 6 or 8 at the HARDWARE / DEVICE end of cable are found online

    or am I just being stubborn

    when someone comes across a power supply by itself (chassis / no cables), then yes, a color chart is welcome; in the absence of a chart, so long as wires are colored, online photos can be inspected to get some, most, or all of their pinouts. I have the pinout already in my head for your PSU based on the fact almost all online reviews have PICTURES to look at, some of which I published in here for you already
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    Thanks for the help. I think I will find other forum sites to help me out.
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    what bothers me about ... well ... heehee ... I'll just hush

    I gave u the pinout, did I not ... ... ...

    *Grd Grd Org Red Ylw SATA* 0V 0V 3 5 12
    *Grd Grd X Red Ylw Molex* 0v 0v X 5 12
    *Grd top row / 12v bottom row GRX + CPU*

    Generally, given a PSU comes with multiple cables - & if they're color-coded - one might sleeve a cable 1st using obvious exterior voltage signifiers LIKE WIRE COLOR. Afterwards, the sleeved cable can be probed at both ends with a DMM / multi-meter set to Continuity Test with Audible Alarm, or, set to OHMs > probing is done to ID all wires, turning unknowns into knowns > compare sleeved cable test results relative to unsleeved factory cable > when u get a match, it's been re-assembled correctly & move on to next cable til all are done

    I'm assured here in my own mind I gave you the info you need, twice, three times now. You have the color-coded cables there in your hand do you not - do the photos below comport to YOUR reality there
    gUPY7Ii.jpg COLORS.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iori3310 View Post
    Thanks for the help. I think I will find other forum sites to help me out.

    Part is based on the proverb

    Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.
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    Default Need Pinout for Antec HCG 1300 Plat

    Hi.

    I am looking for this power supply pinouts for a long time. Please someone help me find it. If anyone have it please do share with me.

    Attached a picture of the PSU.

    Thanks in advanced
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    When you can afford a crimping tool but not a dmm.
    Is it a HCG or a HCP? You're contradicting yourself in the title, for your record it's a hcp 1300.



    here is the pinout needed for it.
    E is Earth
    N is Neutral
    L is Live

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    I found my chart on Lutro0's Repository a few years ago; scroll down to PSU Pinouts (page 1 post 1), click to reveal Antec 1300 charts (attached below). Given the fact I pointed out the Repository last time to you + the link, & given that the Antec is #1 on the list, got a lil bit lazy have we ...
    A1.jpg
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    I do not own a 1300 chassis but I do own the 1300's cable set (purchased direct from Antec); my hand-drawn chart below was divined from my 1300 cables, of note is the complex & somewhat unusual wiring diagram that is the 24pin ATX cable which branches into 20pin + 8pin ends. As you can see, it has several jumps, some I might call triple-wire double-jumps \/\

    24pin contains mostly 16awg wire with 18/20/22awg mixed in where noted. Given that Lutro0 provided a pair of charts above, mine is a bonus. Some wires I encountered that were 22awg, I rightly assumed but can not prove they were the VSense wires, marked as stars which represent my best guess. My gorgeous 1300 set was changed over to work with Seasonic's X-1250, I no longer need to know what was going on with the original cables, my chart represents my 'notes' at the time the cables were factory new; any so-called 'differences' between my chart & the Lutro0 provided charts on inspection by me are electrically meaningless differences without a distinction, the materials provided to you are equal, try your best to work it out. You asked for a chart, I gave it
    Antec 1300 Chart.jpgA3.jpgFinale (31).jpg

    edit:
    *the factory CPU 8pin is x8 16awg wire
    *GRFX cables are either 8pin single-cable with pigtail jumper (x2 6+2 ends), or 16pin dual-cable (x1 6+2 per cable) design
    6+2 pin PCI-E, 6+2 pin PCI-E 550+150mm
    6+2 pin PCI-E, 6+2 pin PCI-E 550+150mm
    6+2 pin PCI-E, 6+2 pin PCI-E 550+150mm
    Dual 6+2 pin PCI-E combined cable 550mm
    Dual 6+2 pin PCI-E combined cable
    See JG.com or other online reviews with pictures of GRFX cables
    *when housed inside of a 16pin, what is then a dual-cable with single-ended 6+2s (two cables housed in a 16pin connector), GRFX each consist of x6 16awg (x3 12v + x3 ground) + jumped 18awg grounds for the 2pin
    *when GRFX are in an 8pin (single cable + pigtail) the wires are all 18awg
    *since ground pins are in top row / 12v bottom row, the dual-GRFX 16pin & single-GRFX 8pin wiring can look like below:

    18/18 | 16 | 16 | 16 | 16 | 16 | 16 | 18/18
    X | 16 | 16 | 16 | 16 | 16 | 16 | X

    18/18 | 16 | 16 | 16
    X | 16 | 16 | 16
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    Quote Originally Posted by ridgid13579 View Post
    When you can afford a crimping tool but not a dmm.
    Is it a HCG or a HCP? You're contradicting yourself in the title, for your record it's a hcp 1300.



    here is the pinout needed for it.
    E is Earth
    N is Neutral
    L is Live
    It does not matter, you can switch Neutral and Live around as you wish.
    Just keep the ground where it's supposed to be
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    Quote Originally Posted by Per Hansson View Post
    It does not matter, you can switch Neutral and Live around as you wish.
    Just keep the ground where it's supposed to be
    Well.. PSU's fuse is on the live, so...

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