4 pin ps3 powersupply pinout

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nowayhome
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4 pin ps3 powersupply pinout

Post by nowayhome » Sat Feb 12, 2011 10:53 pm

i know what your going to tell me use a multi-meter but i can't because i don't have a working ps3 psu to test it with so can someone kindly tell me :)

i searched every where i only found the ones for 3 and 5 pins
thanks

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Re: 4 pin ps3 powersupply pinout

Post by nowayhome » Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:53 pm

seriously i can't believe nobody on the ENTIRE internet know these pinouts..it would help me out a lot if someone could please help me

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Re: 4 pin ps3 powersupply pinout

Post by RDC » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:39 pm

I can't believe you think everyone on the internet has read this thread, and need a pinout for something that you don't even have. You can also use a DMM for more than checking voltages.

You could trace them back to tell what they are. Based on how the 3 and 5 wire models are setup with Ground, 5vsb and PS_ON, it's probably the same way but has either 2 x Grounds or 2 x 5vsb lines, which could be checked easily enough if you used a DMM to check for 2 pins that are connected, or just looked at it for a bit. You'll get the Ground(s) figured out for sure, then the 5vsb would most likely be the heavier of the remaining traces with PS_ON being the only one left at that point.
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