Dead power supply I think, but I need a pinout on the 18 pin connector. This supply is to expensive to buy an try. The number on the supply is dps-200-164.
thanks for any input
Not sure if delta would give that info out. YMMV.
I'm thinking Black is ground and Yellow is +12V and Green is +pson , Purple +5V sb, Grey is PWR good.
That Might be a GOOD guess based on the wire colors.
Cutting off the cable close to the power supply would give you something to work with.
However you are just as likely to blow up the whole thing if you guess wrong.
Colors arent something that they would deviate from for manufacturing reasons. So if you look at this.
Green is PWR ON
Purple is +5V SBY
Yellow is +12V
Black is GND.
Manufacturer: DellDell Part Numbers: GW715 0GW715 CN-0GW715 Asus Part Number: 04G185022410DEModel Number: DPS-200PP-164 A Compatible Models: Dell XPS One A2010 MTG All in one Touch Screen Desktop PC
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My apologies, but we do not have the pinouts for power supply GW715 in our documentation.
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Once I opened it many of the leads were marked
Hello Brian. My PSU dead. you fix 24pin to 18pin or no
Not trying to Necro-post or anything.
Just wanted to let some people know that I did this, used an ATX Power Supply in a Dell All-In-One.
It was a bit of research, but if anyone wants to know, find me on Twitter @SaintInix
It sparked twice, puffed smoke once, but in the end it still works. (All that stuff was my own screw-ups, I know how to safely connect the power supply)
I want to know more about replacement of dell psu with normal atx psu.
Thank you in advance!