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Love the power supply!

Are you going to make totally new cables for it, or just extensions, or resleeve the existing wires?
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Dude, what a awesome that is... I never knew orange would look that good!
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Anyone have a Discount code for PPC'S?

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i got one for cyber monday guess its useless now
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

Love the power supply!
Are you going to make totally new cables for it, or just extensions, or resleeve the existing wires?

Make custom length Cables for It.. Sleeved in that Beautiful MDPC

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Dude, what a awesome that is... I never knew orange would look that good!
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Update.. Power Source , In the HOUSE... wink.gifPictures (Click to show)



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The designs on the heatsinks for the board were just plastic covers correct? How did you remove them; did you have to remove the heatsinks to detach them?
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The designs on the heatsinks for the board were just plastic covers correct? How did you remove them; did you have to remove the heatsinks to detach them?
They are actually Very Thin Metal. Held to the Sinks with very thin Double Side tape.
I did remove the SB sink for the Removal of that plate. That whole process is Detailed somewhere in this log. A couple weeks Back. smile.gif
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Hey.. First pin Out on the new Seasonic. I can see this is a Patience Game. 4 minutes for that one. Need a small table mount vice to Hold the Plug would be better.. MDPC pin Tool .. Awesome! thumb.gif



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The first couple pins I did on my AX850 took a while too. You'll eventually get a rhythm down and it'll start to go faster. Some sort of vice or something to clamp to the table definitely helps though. I just used a big speed clamp and clamped the plug to the edge of the table.
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