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hx850 sleeving, possible for noob?

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I made my sig rig after alot of research, gfx cards, some deals, and with future proofing in mind. But it is impossible to foresee everything in the world of pcs, I resently stumbled on psu sleeving. So cool, but after some easy searches on this forum it seams that the hx series are a PITA to sleeve completely. I have used a soldering iron and I have my own, I work on wiring on some airsoft guns as well. I was wondering how hard would it be to sleeve my hx850, or if I should try to downgrade to a ax750, or something fully modular.
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The HX850 is a little easier to sleeve than the AX850 IMO. The problem with the AX850 (or other AX series) is that the wiring is all black. Thus you can't rely off of colors (yellow = +12V, black = common GND, orange = +3.3V, etc.).
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oh, I didn't know that, huh. Cool, but how would I sleeve the non-modular cables? I can easily see how to do the completely modular ones.
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