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HELP! RUNNING TWO PSU'S OFF OF THE ON BUTTON
« Reply #40 on: March 08, 2004, 08:37:15 PM »

ok if you have an atx psu, you dont need relays or anything, just use a bent paperclip to connect the green wire of the atx connector to ANY black wire on a molex, then just use the back switch to go on and off lights and fans...

EDIT: whats the point of going through the trouble of doing the whole "one power button" thing, just somehow wire the switch from the back of the psu to one of the 3.5 or 5.25" drive bay covers with a switch on it and there you go, a simple homemade light and fan controller...


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HELP! RUNNING TWO PSU'S OFF OF THE ON BUTTON
« Reply #41 on: March 08, 2004, 08:42:16 PM »

Quote from: k00zk0
ok if you have an atx psu, you dont need relays or anything, just use a bent paperclip to connect the green wire of the atx connector to ANY black wire on a molex, then just use the back switch to go on and off lights and fans...

EDIT: whats the point of going through the trouble of doing the whole "one power button" thing, just somehow wire the switch from the back of the psu to a switch in one of the 3.5 or 5.25" drive bay covers with a switch on it and there you go, a simple homemade light and fan controller...


first it is better to use the grey and white wires(as this is actually the sensor wires) secondly have you noticed that you just resurected a 5 month old thread.
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