an easier way is to just cut the wire and use crimp connectors to re-connect them.bought an ATX extender which needs to be taken apart - I broke 3 or 4 needles whilst doing so), a few cables need to be crimped again with new pins
guardian452 wrote:But spoofing env monitoring is unnecessary... you can also just turn it off.
guardian452 wrote:an easier way is to just cut the wire and use crimp connectors to re-connect them.
kubatyszko wrote:Hi, first it's the wrong forum since it's not related to sale of any kind...
[[C|-|E]] wrote:Maybe is a stupid question but, what happened to your PSU?. Is it burnt or is it dead because it stopped working?. Repairing it could be very difficult, but also very simple. It depends on the problem.
robespierre wrote:You don't necessarily need new connectors; you could cut the wires and crimp them together with butt splices or end splices.
kubatyszko wrote:well, two specific models would be perfect - as those are the non-SGI versions of the real SGI PSU's: Sparkle FSP460-60PFN or NMB it002a430wsw - but you will have extremely hard time finding either
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