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Thanks Wisk. That is just what I needed.

Thanks gdubc. Lutro0 carries the pins, but his minimum order is over $30.00. His prices are great, but all I need is pins.

The min is $25. thumb.gif
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Hey Lutro0, whats up? Im gonna finally get that order in for some stuff today. I will message you again on facebook later with the order # so i can also get those crimpers. Its been a while but I usually work 60 hrs and had two kids birthdays and one's graduation so i've been too busy to even start sleeving!
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Hey Lutro0, whats up? Im gonna finally get that order in for some stuff today. I will message you again on facebook later with the order # so i can also get those crimpers. Its been a while but I usually work 60 hrs and had two kids birthdays and one's graduation so i've been too busy to even start sleeving!

We will make sure to get those in! thumb.gif
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Hi,

Running out if MDPC-X heat shrink for my fans, and I need an alternative please. Can you guys tell me what and where I can buy a heatshrink for my fan cables? I use MDPC-X sleeve for my fans and I still have a ton of that but no more heat shrink.
Thanks!
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Hi,

Running out if MDPC-X heat shrink for my fans, and I need an alternative please. Can you guys tell me what and where I can buy a heatshrink for my fan cables? I use MDPC-X sleeve for my fans and I still have a ton of that but no more heat shrink.
Thanks!

Give lutro0customs.com a try. I just added a ton of hs
post #556 of 1109
I didn't see it in the FAQ, but is there a recommendation on fan/led wiring? Just simple 22 or 24 guage, 2,3,or 4 wire (depending on the fan/led)?
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I didn't see it in the FAQ, but is there a recommendation on fan/led wiring? Just simple 22 or 24 guage, 2,3,or 4 wire (depending on the fan/led)?

26awg seems to be the easiest to use,
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I am really interested in sleeving my cables. However I am a bit worried about the PSU 24 pin. My PSU is semi modular. Would it be easier to pull one wire at a time and sleeve individually or label them and pull them all out at once? I guess I am just freaking out that I will not put it back together properly
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I am really interested in sleeving my cables. However I am a bit worried about the PSU 24 pin. My PSU is semi modular. Would it be easier to pull one wire at a time and sleeve individually or label them and pull them all out at once? I guess I am just freaking out that I will not put it back together properly

Some tips to give you peace of mind
1. Buy a PSU tester;
2. Wire colours are reliable indicators of what voltage a wire is (so you don't need to label each wire).
3. Take good quality close-up photos of both sides of the ATX24 so you know what coloured wires went where.
4. Inspect all the wires before you start, and if it's not just a standard single pin in the connector then make a note, make a photo, and label the wire.

Once you've done those things, you will have a good reference for checking your work.

If you start with the green wire (power supply on), the grey wire (power good), a yellow one (12V) and a black wire (ground) then most PSU testers will already give some feedback on the screen (or some beeps) and that can help you be more confident which what you are doing. Obviously don't be sleeving with the PSU plugged in
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Are the double wire pins really necessary on a single rail PSU? What if the second wire (seems to be higher(lower? (it's smaller)) gauge on my PSU) was removed?
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