I just bought an Antec 1000W TruePower Quattro PSU and it has modular cables, and the manual really didn't help me and I can't find any info about this one the internet anywhere.
I have found the cables that I will need to plug into the rear of the PSU, but I have no clue in which order (or which side/voltage) to do.
I have five female plug-ins on the PSU's rear, and the bunch of actual power cables (non-modular) that come directly out of the PSU.
Three female plug-ins are labeled 12V2 Y, and all three are black.
One female plug-in is labeled 12V3 Y/B, and is red.
Another single female plug-in is labeled 12V4 Y/G, and is also red.
The male plugs I will be using are two SATA power cables (with 2 or 3 SATA power plugs on each cable), and one molex cable with 2 or 3 molex plugs on it.
I will also have a nVidia 480 GTX video card installed, and I think the plug(s) for that come out with the regular power cables (non-modular).
This is the first time I have ever used a modular PSU and although I like the concept and the look... it's a little bit more difficult to figure out which cable goes where.... in regards to putting them into the PSU.... heh.
Any help saying in what plug-in a certain plug goes would be GREATLY appreciated, and just a clarification about the video card plugs would be great too.
I am not sure if it matters if I start on the left and move to the right, or vice versa... or if it matters at all.