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What I need now are catalog/part numbers of each pin/connector and they'll report back on what they have in stock. MAYBE I'll get lucky. biggrin.gif

For the pins, I think Lutro mentioned those in the FAQ section. For other stuff like connectors, I have no clue. Last time I tried to look through the Molex website it was a disaster, you can't understand anything.

I can post my list of terminals (pins), housings (connectors), and tools sometime tomorrow if you'd like. I need to sleep soon, and right now my list is just bookmarks. So until then you can check out the "Molex Catalogues" link in my signature. It was taken from here, but I uploaded it to MediaFire for much faster downloads and online viewing.

 

You may also want to check out the other links in my sig.

 

Edit: If you need one or two part numbers right now, I can provide them.


Edited by nawon72 - 9/10/12 at 12:05am
post #202 of 1109
I'm not in a hurry. Thanks a lot!!! smile.gif
post #203 of 1109
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Some people may be wondering If they really need two tools.

The reason why I have 2 tools is that I bought the Han Long tool a while ago before I knew anything about MDPC-X. As Lutro0 has mentioned he uses his MDPC-X tool for crimping the Molex type 4 pins occasionally so there's really no need for 2 tools..
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Some people may be wondering If they really need two tools.

The reason why I have 2 tools is that I bought the Han Long tool a while ago before I knew anything about MDPC-X. As Lutro0 has mentioned he uses his MDPC-X tool for crimping the Molex type 4 pins occasionally so there's really no need for 2 tools..

I was getting the impression that you should buy both the HT-225D and MDPC-X crimpers if you plan on crimping Mini-Fit Jr. and peripheral power terminals.

 

Should someone who is crimping mostly peripheral and fan terminals get the MDPC-X crimper, HT-225D, or both tools?

post #205 of 1109
I would always get the MDPC-X crimper as a first choice. I happen to think that the 225D does better crimps on dual wires for the peripheral pins but if I hadn't bought it first I would have been happy just with the MDPC-X one.
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post #206 of 1109
I've looked at my power pins and since the ones I have left are mostly in groups of four I suspect they came from PPCS. I have no idea where they get their pins (these are NOT the mod smart pins but the other ones). I think these are the pins I have most of:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=60_174&products_id=995
post #207 of 1109
Placed an order for MDPC tool + Brainwashers (is that a made up name or what? biggrin.gif)... Nils and Mona are great. smile.gif

Anyone wants a brand new SN-28B? tongue.gif
Edited by adi518 - 9/10/12 at 7:15am
post #208 of 1109
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Placed an order for MDPC tool + Brainwashers (is that a made up name or what? biggrin.gif)... Nils and Mona are great. smile.gif
Anyone wants a brand new SN-28B? tongue.gif

Snuck an order in myself. =P

No, Nils Forum name was DualBrain so I think it keeps with theme.
post #209 of 1109
Already shipped. That was fast. yessir.gif

I'm wondering how bad of a mix is, an original connector and a copy connector & vice versa?

I'm looking for part numbers of the following:

SATA_Crimp_Conne_4c5d9e82764e5_75x75.jpg

SATA_Power_Conne_4b48eddd66f40_75x75.jpg

SATA_Power_Conne_4c2157baa999e_75x75.jpg

4_Pin_MOLEX_BLAC_4d59bd70c4871.jpg

3_Pin_MOLEX_BLAC_4d59bdf0abf67.jpg
Edited by adi518 - 9/10/12 at 8:24am
post #210 of 1109
Punch-down type SATA power connector with latch: 67926-0001
Feed-through cap for SATA power connector: 67926-0040
End cap for SATA power connector: 67926-0040
Crimp type SATA power connector: 67582-0000
SATA power connector crimps: 67581-0000 *

*there are many different crimps with different plating. They are all part of the 67581 product line.


I don't know anything about the fan connectors, I never found them when I searched.



//edit: added part numbers
Edited by Furion92 - 9/10/12 at 9:03am
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