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What is the difference between 24 pin connectors on the Corsair RM850 vs Corsair AX Platinum series 869/760?

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Anonymous
March 5, 2014 12:17:46 PM

I have the RM850 and the Corsair individually sleeved cable set that matches the PSU connections minus the 24 pin connector (could not find stock anywhere CP-8920057). I did purchase the the 24 pin connector for the AX platinum series 860/760 (CP-8920073) hoping that I can swap out the connector (remove the connector from the stock cable and place it on the AX cable so it will fit) from the stock 24 pin cable that came with the RM850. I'm not sure if the difference is the shape of the connector or if the pin schematic is also different. Can anyone tell me if this is possible please?

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March 5, 2014 12:30:28 PM

Well I don't have a pinout for corsair cables so I don't know. But I mean it says right on their website that they are not compatible so I am going to guess that no, they aren't compatible.
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Anonymous
March 5, 2014 12:34:50 PM

Deuce65 said:
Well I don't have a pinout for corsair cables so I don't know. But I mean it says right on their website that they are not compatible so I am going to guess that no, they aren't compatible.


My thoughts were that they both have 24 pins (wires) so why wouldn't I just be able to switch the end pieces and make it work? Can the pinout be changed?

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