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post #661 of 934 Old 02-03-2013, 09:30 PM - Thread Starter
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It would be awkward if the thing can't start in the first run. redface.gif

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You Definitely have my vote for MOTM. Probably the only mod I've been following where I've seen real progress, other than a CM Storm Trooper one but it was like 1/10th the scale that this one was.

Wow. Thanks! won't disaapoint you all til the last mod of this build. smile.gif
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Showed my mates this. You have an incoming 7 likes wink.gif
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Showed my mates this. You have an incoming 7 likes wink.gif

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First 8 pin.. done! Not perfect, but it looks good to me! smile.gif I need more practice sleeving cables.. haha biggrin.gif Anyway, it is my first time doing this. 24-pin and two pci-e cables left. I will continue sleeving tomorrow. smile.gif


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Looks good to me
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Which sleeving did you use?


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Which sleeving did you use?
looks like Nils handy work there(MDPC)
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I really wanna see the 24-pin. Also, that sleeving looks fine. The only time that I feel sleeving needs improvement is when there is uneven heatshrink or, they didn't pull it tight enough on a rainbow-coloured 24-pin. Heatshrinkless is the way to go in my book. I have done some heatshrunk sleeving but the amount of time to get it even and looking good and also the added expense just isn't worth it.
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Ok, I have been watching this build quietly in the background. (i'm a lurker) Anyway, a few comments. Fantastic job. love the color scheme and attention to detail. What got me to post this was a bit of advice (if this has already been in your mind...disregard and don't take offense plz.) I have sleeved some cables and when I did my first few, I made a couple slight oversights. The one that I would like to bring up is triggered by your choice of pattern on your picture. I was all excited to get to my project and jumped right into it. I forgot to take into account the plug orientation when using the same pattern as you. (Primary color with a single accent color) What I did...finished it all up, and then plugged in my 6 pin PCI-E cables only to find the accent color was on the bottom, (or in the case of the 24pin, on the inside of the cable bends) not visible, thus completely making my accent color useless. Like I said, this being your first cable job, it is something that can be overlooked very easily. Hopefully, you were already aware of this or read this before you screw up like I have done. Keep going, can't wait to see the complete, finished build. A+ Job
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