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I would like to use this as a 12v dc power supply with out connecting to a computer please help
Run a jumper wire between your Green wire on your 20/24 port plug that would hook to the mainboard and one of the black wires in the same plug. I would put a pushbutton or switch in between the Green and a Black on that plug. You may need to put a load on the power supply like an old hard drive or a CDROM. Plug your power supply in and you will notice the fan turning. Use your multimeter to test for different voltages on the connectors. You should get +/- 12, 5, 3 Volts.
I just went into my basement and tested this out and it works great.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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