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I have a Thermaltake TR2 600W PSU. as most of you know the TR2 is not modular.
This mod wont make it modular(i might eventually) but it WILL "cut" down on some of the wires biggrin.gif
Im going to be cutting some of the Molex connectors off.

Oops did i do that?:






Really? Thermaltake cant even be decent enough to paint it all :/


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I would recommend desoldering un-needed wiring from he PCB.
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I would recommend desoldering un-needed wiring from he PCB.
I will eventually. just for now i cut it.
 
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I would recommend desoldering un-needed wiring from he PCB.

With the huge blobs of solder used that can be difficult without a nice soldering iron, a lot of patience, and a moderate amount of skill.
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