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PostPosted: 04.09.2003 14:58 
Oh My God someone please write english...
i need some help about wires
blue is 5v?
2 black is ground and yellow is 12 v?


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PostPosted: 04.09.2003 16:14 
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Red is +5v, two blacks are grounds and yellow is +12.

I think that you should read this:
http://www.metku.net/index.html?sect=vi ... /index_eng

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Where did he get blue from. theres no blue wires for the molex connector. he might have been thinkin of the atx connector. thats got a blue wire on it, doenst it???

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Blue on ATX power connector is -12v.

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...and white is -5v.

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http://xtronics.com/reference/atx_pinout.htm

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Sorry, those colors are just a recommendation. I've seen Brown, Blue and Grey wires on Molex! Just take your favorite multimeter and do some measurements to be sure...

I burned one LCD module, because yellow and red wires weren't standard color.

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But if we are talking about the 4-pin molex connectors and regular ATX power supplies that have been approved by intel or amd do use these three colors and I think that there is a standard for that. Red +5, blacks for ground and yellow for +12. I have seen mixed colors on that ATX power connector but I'm not that sure if those power supplies were approved by those listed manufacturers.

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