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So it is the old HX. I need to double check the pin out. The Bronze HX should be the same as the original ones. I may have the pins reversed. I can't find the original document right now.

EDIT:

Yep. I've got the pins reversed. Grounds are by the latch.

EDIT #2:

Fixed.
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Great - thanks for the update. Finding these pinouts are not easy - I'm glad you have them!
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Thanks this is help me alot, i will keep look up.
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Server move. Attachments are back.

Corsair now has an updated compatibility matrix online:

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/landing...-compatibility
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Default EPS Extension Cables for HX1000i

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If the Type 3 EPS12V/PCI-E pinout is the same on the HX1000i as noted in the tables, does that mean I can use an EPS Extension cable between the PSU and the PCI-E cable to obtain longer range?

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Do you know which plastic is used for these connectors?
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Jonny,

If the Type 3 EPS12V/PCI-E pinout is the same on the HX1000i as noted in the tables, does that mean I can use an EPS Extension cable between the PSU and the PCI-E cable to obtain longer range?

-Rob
Extensions are 1 to 1 and work with any PSU. Are you talking about plugging an extension directly into the PSU?

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Do you know which plastic is used for these connectors?
UL 94V-1 or V-0 (depending on vendor).

Can you believe some PSUs use HB? I recently found some clear connectors that use HB because the flame retardant clouds the plastic.
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Extensions are 1 to 1 and work with any PSU. Are you talking about plugging an extension directly into the PSU?



UL 94V-1 or V-0 (depending on vendor).

Can you believe some PSUs use HB? I recently found some clear connectors that use HB because the flame retardant clouds the plastic.
Do you have melting points for these plastics?
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I can obtain them.
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