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post #9551 of 13812
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

I just bought a Seasonic x850. Sleeving it is nice since it's fully modular, but the whole "29 Pin to 24 Pin" connector idea was really, really, really asinine. More points of failure for a PSU. Just make a 24 Pin connector for christ's sake.
Other than that, I absolutely adore the PSU. Looks nice, has optional fan modes, no useless wiring to clutter a case. I'll never go semi-modular again.

More points of failure or redundancy???

Its a PITA sleeving anyways...
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This thing's been beating you up and stealing your lunch money for a while now hasn't it, lol biggrin.gif
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killing me since ive had all my parts for over 2 months now!
this seasonic psu is the biggest PITA ever!
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Originally Posted by jassilamba View Post

I'm happy with the cables they were all the perfect size. I ordered the CPU power cable in 80 cm as normally they are about 60. The pins used by them are really good quality and really easy to work with (all gold plated pins). The pins that came Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
with my MDPC crimper are not gold plated.
If you look at the seasonic forum (link in my sig) the last page has some pics of the sleeved 24 pin.
What PSU do you have.
Presently I'm making my own cables as I made the mistake of not ordering the 24 pin or the pcie longer than the stock 60 cm. (i placed my order for pins and connectors with MODDIY again)
Here are some random pics ...





Thanks for the input man guess ill go ahead and order some so i can finish this bad boy up!

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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

I just bought a Seasonic x850. Sleeving it is nice since it's fully modular, but the whole "29 Pin to 24 Pin" connector idea was really, really, really asinine. More points of failure for a PSU. Just make a 24 Pin connector for christ's sake.
Other than that, I absolutely adore the PSU. Looks nice, has optional fan modes, no useless wiring to clutter a case. I'll never go semi-modular again.

and man oh man this was my intention in buying one but man has it turned out to be quite the opposite! wish i bought something else cause these seasonic pins are impossible to depin! best of luck!
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Originally Posted by jassilamba View Post

More points of failure or redundancy???
Its a PITA sleeving anyways...

Yepp^^
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

I just bought a Seasonic x850. Sleeving it is nice since it's fully modular, but the whole "29 Pin to 24 Pin" connector idea was really, really, really asinine. More points of failure for a PSU. Just make a 24 Pin connector for christ's sake.
Other than that, I absolutely adore the PSU. Looks nice, has optional fan modes, no useless wiring to clutter a case. I'll never go semi-modular again.

and man oh man this was my intention in buying one but man has it turned out to be quite the opposite! wish i bought something else cause these seasonic pins are impossible to depin! best of luck!

Actually, if you use the Molex tool from MDPCX, the pins are pretty easy to remove. Easier than Corsair's PSU pins (which, funny enough, are often made by Seasonic). It's easier to remove the pin from the 19 pin and 10 pin connectors, but, since you have to heatshrink the 24 connector, all you have to do is push the in forard (to the top of the connector), insert the tool and then pull on the wire like a manly man. Or a sasquatch. Comes right out.

I guess I shouldn't really complain about the PSU, after all I got it for 119.00 brand new...
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Actually, if you use the Molex tool from MDPCX, the pins are pretty easy to remove. Easier than Corsair's PSU pins (which, funny enough, are often made by Seasonic). It's easier to remove the pin from the 19 pin and 10 pin connectors, but, since you have to heatshrink the 24 connector, all you have to do is push the in forard (to the top of the connector), insert the tool and then pull on the wire like a manly man. Or a sasquatch. Comes right out.
I guess I shouldn't really complain about the PSU, after all I got it for 119.00 brand new...

Uh-oh not Xnine's Sasquatch comments! This is  offtopic.gif  but have you ever had a run in with one in your past? Or is it you just like saying the word S-A-S-Q-U-A-T-C-H ? Lol! J/K buddy! wink.gif

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post #9555 of 13812
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Actually, if you use the Molex tool from MDPCX, the pins are pretty easy to remove. Easier than Corsair's PSU pins (which, funny enough, are often made by Seasonic). It's easier to remove the pin from the 19 pin and 10 pin connectors, but, since you have to heatshrink the 24 connector, all you have to do is push the in forard (to the top of the connector), insert the tool and then pull on the wire like a manly man. Or a sasquatch. Comes right out.
I guess I shouldn't really complain about the PSU, after all I got it for 119.00 brand new...

I will agree about the tool it is great, and even with the tool the pins on the seasonic 24 pin are a pain. So left those cables as is and ordered the connectors from mod diy. My first order was cables without being connected to the connectors, that way I never had to worry about taking the freaking pins out.
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Hallelujah!! Finally managed to fit my 360 60mm thick rad into my case with 25mm fans!! Slight mod was done sanding/shaving back the fan shroud and using a fan grill to help keep the 8pin CPU connection obstructing the fan... I know that sleeving cables yourself will give most flexability with cables and that is something i plan on doing some time in the new year, but a any recommendations for really high quality "flexible sleeving"?
Here are some pics of my rad thick rad fitting in a NZXT switch 810 and with a rampage IV extreme!!!!! Happy days thumb.gifbiggrin.gif





I only added one fan as i know the others will fit lol, just that first one was a real pain in the ass!! I also cut out that top plate that couldn't be removed as you will see in one of the pictures below.. I still need to angle grind it down a bit more as i only use tin snips..
I also need to screw 2 more holes on the right side of the case to screw in my res properly, I managed to line it up on the left side and screw it in but its making it uneven on the right side, And too be honest it doesn't even touch the other side of the case, it has about a 3mm gap? ideas? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Did you cut out the whole top plate - rom bay ? You could have cut just the inner half and used the remaining as a fan controller bay.

The res can be funky to get screwed in - I see you have it sitting on the bottom of the bay - that has an integrated pump, right ? and its head has teeth that make the res sit unevenly, right ? because they extend below the res. In my case, I had to grind down the 2 bottom teeth until they fit - level with the surface that the res rests on. And I had to tighten the pump down - not too tight ! - until the 2 teeth were in place at bottom. I overtightened the pump and marked the teeth to dremel down, but when put together to run for leak test, the pump leaked. I had pinched the o-ring, so redid the pump, and now I had a different pair of teeth to dremel down again. But then it was all good. Also, I put the dual bay res above the dvd drive, seemed to fit better.

The other thing you can try to get the res to fit to both sides is to partially screw in one side and then start the other side. I remember I had to wrestle with that part of it, too.
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I will agree about the tool it is great, and even with the tool the pins on the seasonic 24 pin are a pain. So left those cables as is and ordered the connectors from mod diy. My first order was cables without being connected to the connectors, that way I never had to worry about taking the freaking pins out.
Example:

Yeah i bought the tool and everything. depined and sleeved the cpu cable and pcie cable no sweat but for some reason about every other pin on the 24 pin i broke trying to depin.

And that there in the pic is what im about to buy!
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Did you cut out the whole top plate - rom bay ? You could have cut just the inner half and used the remaining as a fan controller bay.

The res can be funky to get screwed in - I see you have it sitting on the bottom of the bay - that has an integrated pump, right ? and its head has teeth that make the res sit unevenly, right ? because they extend below the res. In my case, I had to grind down the 2 bottom teeth until they fit - level with the surface that the res rests on. And I had to tighten the pump down - not too tight ! - until the 2 teeth were in place at bottom. I overtightened the pump and marked the teeth to dremel down, but when put together to run for leak test, the pump leaked. I had pinched the o-ring, so redid the pump, and now I had a different pair of teeth to dremel down again. But then it was all good. Also, I put the dual bay res above the dvd drive, seemed to fit better.
The other thing you can try to get the res to fit to both sides is to partially screw in one side and then start the other side. I remember I had to wrestle with that part of it, too.

No I only dremeled the fan shroud, and now it fits fine. as for the plate I cut out, I've still got a lip on it and am able to still add an optical drive or fan controller if I wish.. but I have no need for an optical drive.

I'm about to head out for dinner but I'll get a few more pics up.. just waiting on a couple more little pieces to arrive..so I'm close to leak testing. Just confused what the IN is for on the raystorm block and then the INLET & OUTLET on the bayres/pump..
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Yeah i bought the tool and everything. depined and sleeved the cpu cable and pcie cable no sweat but for some reason about every other pin on the 24 pin i broke trying to depin.
And that there in the pic is what im about to buy!

The way I ordered mine was I contacted them and asked them how much for custom cables,

Here is what I exactly sent out in the email to admin@moddiy.com. All my communication was with a guy named Eric.

"This would work but the problem is going to be the double pins, on the X-1050 some cables are doubled when they get to the motherboard 24pin connector. Thats why I asked that I asked if you guys can make the custom cables but just not connect them or sleeve them.

I also need the 8-Pin PCIe Cable (12pin to Dual 6+2pin)

Also I'm going to need all the connectors, i.e. the 18 Pin, 10 Pin, 24 Pin, 8 Pin (CPU Power), 4+4 Pin (CPU), 12 pin (GPU power), 8 pin (gpu), 8 pin (gpu)"

And response to that was:

"Sure, no problem. We can just build you the cables, but without connecting to connectors and unsleeved."
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Yeah pretty much the same thing here accept he just linked me to this as it is already an option for purchase: here! You just have to insert your kind of psu and such and they know that whatever one includes double wires biggrin.gif
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