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Hello all. Was curious about sleeving my powersupply and it seems as though the 24 pin connector and the PCI-E connectors are pretty straight forward. But i never see many pics of the multi molex runs of supply done.

Is it possible? or better left alone and out of the way? I have a lot of extra pieces hanging off that aren't even being used.
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In most peoples rigs there is no use for molex connectors any more, so most just dont bother. Besides, what is molex powered nowadays anyways tongue.gif lol
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Yeah i think only a couple of my fans run off them....****ty...i could probably just nip em off at the PSU and call it a day eh? Kinda annoys me there is a ll that **** there lol.

or just cut all the extras off and leave one attached and jump whatever fans i do have that run off molex off that one since all my fans have a mile of wire.
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post #4 of 6
There's still quite a few things molex powered... pumps, for example.
post #5 of 6
If you have any questions, one of the expert sleevers here might be able to help: http://www.overclock.net/t/1159606/lutro0-customs-fully-custom-extensions-for-sale-now-offering-mdpc-sleeve/0_30
post #6 of 6
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I made a video that covers what I think your asking, the link is in my sig under Sleeving Video Guides, the video is the molex video.

If you have any questions please feel free to ask.
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