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What pins do I short on MB power cord to turn on just the power supply

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I want my power supply to kick on without my computer coming on so I can get the air out of my water-cooling system when I replace the coolant and change one of the tubes. I can't seem to find my notes from the last time I had to do it, and I don't remember which 2 color wires on the MB power cord to short out. I remember seeing a picture on a website showing which wires it was, but can't remember the website. Any help would be appreciated. :) Thanks!
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Hello bruceb3,

I honestly recommend not shorting out any wires because it could ruin your Power Supply.

What is the make and model of your Water Cooling system.

(edited for word correction)

Edited by tuxmaster, 09 October 2007 - 03:28 AM.

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