The new PSU has arrived. I mounted it inside the Chassis. Stands out on the left side for like 2 mm. But still enough for the Sidepanel do be closed properly.
I got a proper PinOut of the 10Pin connector on the Mainboard. Compared the Old PSU and its pin connections.
1 PG 2 GND
3 12V 4 GND
5 12V 6 GND
7 12V 8 GND
9 +5VSB 10 PS-ON
That should be the Pinout of the Original PSU. Gonna try to repin my own ATX cable with...
You are absolutely right. I honestly don't know why i was ready to take such arisk, when it can be avoided that easily. Learning to use a Multimeter was essential while i studied. 😅 Gonna try it that way. Thank you.
Haha no worries, i'll still try it with that Adapter and see if it works. If my MB starts burning, well then it's time for a new one. 🤷♂️ Drillholes of ITX standard boards are fitting perfectly. Tried already...
Hey, yeah it will have a possibility for the exhaust to leave the Chassis.
Now my next problem is, that the motherboard only has 1x 8pin and 1x 10 pin power supply connecrors.
Anybody an idea how to connect an 24 pin atx cable to the 10 pin slot?
I would like to introduce you to my current project I am working on.
I bought a prebuild MSI Aegis X3 vr7rd a few month Ago. I liked the Design of the PC except for the foot it was standing on. So i decided to modify it now.