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Astec AA23080 I have Astec AA23080 How to put on this psu without motherboard?

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You have to "short" two of the sockets.
Get the CORRECT two, or else you could kill yourself, or "fry" the power-supply.
Details: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/insidethepc/a/atx-pinout-24-pin-12v-psu.htm about the "pin-out" arrangement.

It would be easier/safer to connect the sockets to a motherboard, and connect a power-switch to the ON/OFF pins on the motherboard, and then use that power-switch.

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