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post #111 of 691
Doesn't the cord easily pull back on the wires though?
post #112 of 691
If you use the right type of wire it won't. Check the thread.
Edited by adi518 - 10/7/12 at 2:08pm
post #113 of 691
I see. Just found this today and have just been glancing through it.
post #114 of 691
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2012-10-10_00001.jpg

MDPC: Green, Black, Gray
post #115 of 691
Color help por favor!

Case: Matte Black Switch 810
Mobo: Asus P8Z77-Deluxe
Gpu: Gtx 680s Heatkiller water blocks and back plates

Not sure if I should stick with my stealthy theme and go all black or throw in some blue to make the mobo pop? Which clue would match the mobo blue better aquamarine or the b-magic? Thanks in advance for the help.




By the way, the cables seen in the pics above were not sleeved by me. They are the sleeved Corsair cables and let me say there is a reason I want to sleeve the original cables with mdpc
Edited by ZHerman330 - 10/11/12 at 8:57am
post #116 of 691
People do you know way to sleeve cables with MDPC-X sleeve but without srinks.
I have one Seasonic X-750 stay in house and my brother want to borrow PSU and make sleeve.
But without making own wires, crimps, ....and no paracord, only MDPC-X sleeve.
Maybe with some super glue or I don't know....important is without srinks???

If you ask me better is naked black wires than Seasonic cables for X series.
Edited by Vlada011 - 10/11/12 at 6:34am
post #117 of 691
bring the sleeve to the end, but not over the connector. You can use heatshrink to put over it for a cleaner way. melt the shrink and sleeve, then take shrink off, boom.
 
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MDPC: Green, Black, Gray

Im really debating on doing that green, or going with some white in my build. (Im not finished with it yet. Still have to tighten some things up.)

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People do you know way to sleeve cables with MDPC-X sleeve but without srinks.
I have one Seasonic X-750 stay in house and my brother want to borrow PSU and make sleeve.
But without making own wires, crimps, ....and no paracord, only MDPC-X sleeve.
Maybe with some super glue or I don't know....important is without srinks???
If you ask me better is naked black wires than Seasonic cables for X series.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rmj5B8z1Os
post #120 of 691
I hear for that way... remove melted srink with X-Acto or similar knife...
Only I have concerns about glue stenght. Certainly I will try soon.
Thanks.

Nezff that sleeve on Seasonic Platinum you made or you bought somewhere.



Update: I see on moddiy cables for Seasonic finished, and brother ask, 150$ is for Seasonic 6 cables.
That is better, I afraid to destroy warranty maybe need one day.

http://www.moddiy.com/
Edited by Vlada011 - 10/12/12 at 11:45am
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