Never mind after a little research and a little risk I fuigured it out. The ACPI wires refer to the power button on control. Hook them up right and you have no problem. Green and White connected to your computers power button.
I soldered wires on to the power button on the mother board
THen hooked up the 12v outs from the psu to the power cord 12vin. Connected the Grounds to the grounds on the power cord and voila. Here it is.
Here is a screenie of the PSUMON software while hooked to the computer.
The computer specs are
Pentium 4 2.6ghz
40gb Hard drive
DVD / CDRW Combo Drive
I saw the amps peak at about 8amps when booting other than that they havent gotten above 5amps while running with a load (playing mp3, video)
I wired the computer cable as described below.
On the PSU Wire both Primary 12vouts together and both Ground Together.
Cut the cable in half between the power brick and the connector.
Solder the leads you’ve just cut to the ends of that like this:
Red (12vin CPU) to Red (12vout PSU)
Brown (12vin CPU) to Red (12vout PSU)
Black (Ground CPU) to Black (Ground PSU)
White (Ground CPU)to Black (Ground PSU)
Also, solder the screen (Wire Mesh Ground) to black.
Fold the Green and Yellow wires back against the cable and tape them up.
Tape each join up individually, then tape the whole lot together.