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Old 12-14-2009, 04:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a load of comp stuff, psus, hdds, I like to make the ans fun on a 12v adapter, do you guys know anything else I an do that doesn't require a mobo? maybe like running a power supply without a mobo and making it run. Fun experiments?
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Nice to have - dslreports.com

Jumper green to any black to short PSU to turn on without mobo.
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Old 12-16-2009, 03:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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so strip the green and black then touch them to where=S example if you can please
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You don't need to strip any wires, the link demonstrated it quite clearly.
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Just use the guide I posted... Use a paperclip to jumper the green wire to a black wire.
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Make sure that there is something attached to the power supply, like fans, before jumping it, most power supplies need some type of Load to stay on.
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I was able to power one of my old pioneer car stereo's and 2 old car speakers with one of my old PSU's for a while...lol. Did that at about 1am because I was bored one night, haha.
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I didn't see the link my bad

what do you mean by jump, shove the black wire in the green wires socket?

is it possible to do even though none of my psus have th o and - switch?
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Jump as in push a paperclip in the green socket, and the other end in a black wire's socket (which is what the link shows...).

And yes it will still work even though you have no on/off switch. It will just be always on unless you unplug it, or take the jumper out.
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