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About to sleeve my HX750 and possibly mod it

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As the title says I am about to sleeve my power supply next week or so. I never had any plans to sleeve it or else I would have gotten the AX750.

Now my question is if I should just sleeve my 24 and 8 pin power cords up to the power supply or if I should mod them. One way would be to cut the cables as close to the power supply and put female connectors and make sleeved extensions for both cables. This would be the easiest route of the two.

The other method would be to open the power supply and put the female connections inside and dremel out holes to make it fully modular.

Which method would you guys (and girls) suggest?



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If I ever got around to doing something like that, I would most likely just sleeve an extension cable and hide the sleeveless part behind the mobo tray. I should also Note I'm really lazy sometimes.

However, If you are able to make a non-modular 24pin into a modular one and not make it look welfare with sleeves, That'll look much more fancy then my lazy-ass suggestion.
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Any suggestions on which I should do? Sleeve to the base of the cables or make it fully modular?

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Watercool the psu lol. I saw it somewhere where they water cooled it.
post #5 of 7
Don't bother making it modular. By the time you do that, you may as well have spent the cash on an actual modular PSU. Plus, you'll probably hate yourself if you make even a simple mistake that renders your PSU unusable. Sleeve as far as you can to or into the PSU housing and call it good.
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post #6 of 7
Just make sure you don't open it. Corsair is really good about warranties
as long as you don't open the PSU.

Have you looked into paracord? We have 8 colors in stock.


Don't forget the Pin Extraction Tool

If you don't feel like doing it yourself, we also offer it as a service.
post #7 of 7
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Thank you for the replies. I'm going to save myself the headache and just sleeve as close as I can to the base.

@SmasherBasher, Thank you but sadly I already have my sleeve and heat shrink. I am just waiting for atx pins to make custom length cables for my video cards.
    
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