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Hello again, one more time I need some of your help guys.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=34_804_1030&products_id=37141

I Just bought one of that 24pin cable for my AX1200i PSU and I'm trying to remove the pins to re-sleeve some of the cords and I need to disassemble the cable to pass the cords individually on the acrylic on my build but the pin just don't come out, I'm using this tool http://mnpctech.com/pc-sleeving-psu-power-supply-atx-tool-white-black-pet-red-green-blue/pc-sleeve-tool.html but the pin just dont come out. I tryed on another PSUs and its so easy to pull out the pin but with this corsair they seem stuck.

Thanks again.
Edited by jeanspaulo - 1/2/14 at 6:23am
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Hello again, one more time I need some of your help guys.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=34_804_1030&products_id=37141

I Just bought one of that 24pin cable for my AX1200i PSU and I'm trying to remove the pins to re-sleeve some of the cords and I need to disassemble the cable to pass the cords individually on the acrylic on my build but the pin just don't come out, I'm using this tool http://mnpctech.com/pc-sleeving-psu-power-supply-atx-tool-white-black-pet-red-green-blue/pc-sleeve-tool.html but the pin just dont come out. I tryed on another PSUs and its so easy to pull out the pin but with this corsair they seem stuck.

Thanks again.

Yeah some can give quite a fight.

Initially push the wire into the connector while at the same time pushing the pin removal tool in from the other side. Sometimes I sort of rotate the tool a little while I push it, then try pulling out the wire once you have the tool pushed in all the way. Sometimes you kind of need 3 hands to do it. You might try clamping the tool in a vise (or have someone else hold it) so you can push the connector onto it while first pushing, then pulling back on the wire to see if it's free or not.
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 1/2/14 at 6:40am
post #4973 of 6036
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Yeah some can give quite a fight.

Initially push the wire into the connector while at the same time pushing the pin removal tool in from the other side. Sometimes I sort of rotate the tool a little while I push it, then try pulling out the wire once you have the tool pushed in all the way. Sometimes you kind of need 3 hands to do it. You might try clamping the tool in a vise (or have someone else hold it) so you can push the connector onto it while first pushing, then pulling back on the wire to see if it's free or not.

Thanks Unicr0nhunter, I've tryed what you say but this don't work either, I'm starting to think if maybe the heatshrink ist melted with the conector and stuck the pin, is it possible? On one of my tries the cord come out and the pin stood on the connector. Til now I have tryed many times with all the pins on the cable and none came out.
post #4974 of 6036
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTpuJPS3i1Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXMwCQ9fIVM
On the 24 pin connector push the wire forward as you press down on the connector lock and then pull out. Hope this helps.
Edited by Code187 - 1/2/14 at 11:36am
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTpuJPS3i1Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXMwCQ9fIVM
On the 24 pin connector push the wire forward as you press down on the connector lock and then pull out. Hope this helps.

Thank you Code187...thumb.gif
post #4976 of 6036
Curious question, is there a different when placing the cpu water block hose forwards the front or the back, inside our Cosmos 2? rolleyes.gif I mean for air flow wise.
Edited by qcktthfm1 - 1/2/14 at 3:35pm
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Just a matter of preference. In my case i was limited to preformed hoses.
post #4978 of 6036
Hey guys, can I join your broken back, ahem, Cosmos 2 club? tongue.gif




Bit of a ghetto build with the GPUs, I don't purchase well when under pressure. biggrin.gif
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Besides stripping down the case, did anything have to be altered for that radiator to fit?
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