Production M2427 - Cable Management Freedom

jaro

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Officially known as M2427. Pronounced twenty four "to" seven.

Expected list price per unit is about $40, supporting Corsair SF series. Available with short GPU and CPU cables as a kit for $50.

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Just to confirm, this will technically support Corsair Type 4 - 24-pin ATX ?
 

Windfall

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Yes.

I'm not up to snuff on the types, and which psu uses what. The corsair sf series vastly out numbers all the other ones.
Would it be possible to get it working with silverstone PSUs with a little modding?
 

graphichasan

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Nice project ..... what's the input voltage? .... is 12v rail separated like no dc-dc conversion on 12v rail .... just connected to motherboard after some safety & ripple filter ?
 

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Nice project ..... what's the input voltage? .... is 12v rail separated like no dc-dc conversion on 12v rail .... just connected to motherboard after some safety & ripple filter ?
12V input. It is straight for the PSU so whatever comes out is what motherboard receives. Other rails, 5v and 3.3v and generated off the input 12V. The other wires are for input/controls.
 
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graphichasan

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12V input. It is straight for the PSU so whatever comes out is what motherboard receives. Other rails, 5v and 3.3v and generated off the input 12V. The other wires are for input/controls.
Awesome .... then it should be capable of 800W without any hiccup .... as long as your mosfet goes .... & should be vary affordable ....
You even batter utilized my idea .... so I am closing it ...


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Awesome .... then it should be capable of 800W without any hiccup .... as long as your mosfet goes .... & should be vary affordable ....
You even batter utilized my idea .... so I am closing it ...


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now let us make a capable brick for your capable psu at Project Thindercreck | Do you think designing an active cooled ac-dc brick is worthless ?

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You don't need any additional mosfets. It uses the MW onboard standby feature, same as ATX PSU.
 
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graphichasan

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You don't need any additional mosfets. It uses the MW onboard standby feature, same as ATX PSU.
Mosfet for Reverse Polarity Protection & ripple filter inside your unit .... as some industrial unit is vary bad at controlling ripple ... anyway we can do it on psu .... 800W should be your psu's main selling point ... compared to hdplex 400W only & too costly ...
 

Valantar

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Can't quite believe I've missed this project up until now, and I just have to chime in and say it's fantastic that someone is actually making a unit like this. This is absolutely fantastic. Period. I just hope there at one point will be a version with slightly longer (unterminated) cables for more custom implementations/other PSU series and cases.
 

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Can't quite believe I've missed this project up until now, and I just have to chime in and say it's fantastic that someone is actually making a unit like this. This is absolutely fantastic. Period. I just hope there at one point will be a version with slightly longer (unterminated) cables for more custom implementations/other PSU series and cases.
That is certainly available for the next iteration.

At of this time, I am out of funds funding this project and a couple others. So... spread the word!

Product page here: https://j-hackcompany.com/?product=j-hack-m2427-for-corsair-sf-series

Expected release date is late September.
 
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Valantar

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That is certainly available for the next iteration.
Sounds great! IMO this is the kind of solution we need to be able to finally bring the ATX standard beyond the entirely unnecessary 24-pin cable. If Intel gets off their ass and moves to a pure 12V or 12V+5VSB standard, adapters like these would make new PSUs compatible with 20 years of motherboards - and we could finally be rid of it. And of course in the opposite direction all that would be necessary would be an adapter cable. Now we just need to get these out there and start lobbying Intel to kill the 24-pin :D
 

InfernoZeus

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That is certainly available for the next iteration.

At of this time, I am out of funds funding this project and a couple others. So... spread the word!

Product page here: https://j-hackcompany.com/?product=j-hack-m2427-for-corsair-sf-series

Expected release date is late September.
This page mentions compatibility with the Corsair SF series. Does this just mean that the wires are terminated to a 24 pin plug that fits the SF series modular connector layout? If I was to buy this, and either re-terminate it, or re-solder/place the wires entirely, I could make it compatible with my FlexATX supply, right? (Forgoing any support or help, of course!)
 

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This page mentions compatibility with the Corsair SF series. Does this just mean that the wires are terminated to a 24 pin plug that fits the SF series modular connector layout? If I was to buy this, and either re-terminate it, or re-solder/place the wires entirely, I could make it compatible with my FlexATX supply, right? (Forgoing any support or help, of course!)
Yes.
 
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