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post #481 of 1100
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I was wondering if there is like a standard length for PSU cables since I have all of mine zip tied up for a clean case and I really don't want to cut them out to measure.

Not really. Its all up to the PSU Maker and what wattage the psu is. Most high end psu have longer cables becayse they expect you to use a large case, while smaller ones will have slighty less length for smaller cases.

The best bet is to look up the psu on the makers page and look at the specs for the cable lengths, most provide it and if not you should be able to find a review that will tell you what they are or you can email the maker for the info.
post #482 of 1100
Do they make custom Sata cables that aren't the extremely hard to bend style?
post #483 of 1100
Do they make custom Sata cables that aren't the extremely hard to bend style?
post #484 of 1100
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Originally Posted by CrazyCorky View Post

Do they make custom Sata cables that aren't the extremely hard to bend style?

What do you mean? They have a few versions that are extremely skinny like tape thin is thats what you are thinking?

If you are trying to bend at an angle perhaps you need a 90 degree sata cable?
post #485 of 1100
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Originally Posted by Lutro0 View Post

What do you mean? They have a few versions that are extremely skinny like tape thin is thats what you are thinking?

If you are trying to bend at an angle perhaps you need a 90 degree sata cable?

The tape thin ones are the ones I'm looking for.
post #486 of 1100
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The tape thin ones are the ones I'm looking for.

I dont know the exact link I thought ok gear made them. Hopefully someone comes by that has the link.
post #487 of 1100
The Akasa Super Slim are very thin.
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The Akasa Super Slim are very thin.
Easy to sleeve, and you can cut them to size and reattach the connector if you have a careful hand. If you remove one of the connectors you can actually use regular MDPC sleeve (non SATA) to sleeve them. Otherwise slightly larger sleeve will slide over the connectors.
post #489 of 1100
I want to sleeve my Corsair AX1200i cables but I don´t want to void the warranty.
Also I´ll like to do the shrinkless method, so I´ll have to cut our the conectors and crip new ones in.
I have another issue; I want white sleeving and the cables are black so I´ll have to cover them with white insulation tape.

Problems "solved", make new cables and forget about the original ones.
This way I won´t void the warranty, I´ll save up time on cutting/crimping cables and I can buy white cables and avoid the insulation tape.
But.. anyway I´m stuck, does anybody have the pin out of the AX1200i cables? and.. are all the cables the same?

I need the pin out for the 24 pin, the 6+2 gpu and the 4+4 eps cables, as they are sleeved and I can´t see where each of them goes (and I don´t have a voltimeter)

Do you know any european shop where I can buy the plastic conections in black?
I have seen them on aquatuning but it seems like they are translucent black.

Sorry for so much questions, and thank you for any help you can provide me.
post #490 of 1100
If you make new cables and crimp them yourself, then you should just buy white wire (0,75mm2 core with 2-2,2mm diameter insulation) instead of taping black wire. For example http://www.conrad.com/ce/en/product/604611/FLY-automotive-cable-White-Sold-per-metre-Leoni

Those mod/smart connectors from Aquatuning are not the best, but work okay and have a good solid black colour, not translucent. http://www.aquatuning.es/product_info.php/language/es/info/p8480_mod-smart-ATX-Power-Connector-24Pin-plug---black.html

Can't help you with AX1200i pinout, I'm afraid.
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