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Psu Identification

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Curious about this PSU.



Obviously by samsung


Looks like foxlink v1.2-1.5 but wire color is slightly different according to these pics

My supply pin-out below:
the white smear on the red wire second from top right column is a second white wire alongside the red leading into pin
X@ on black beside purple is 2 blacks crimped in pin

bottom right pin is brown on mine instead of gray....
looks like its a similar supply? anyone know about this?




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Board Life Status

Board startup date: April 23, 2017 12:45:48
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