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ATX Pin Removal Tool - Sleeving PSU

post #1 of 4
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Hey guys been looking all over the net and I've seen a bunch of tools for atx pins.. I need to remove the mobo and GPU pins on the PSU to sleeve it.

I've tried industrial staples And ended up spending 30mins trying.. pulling out the wires And not the pins..and then trying to put the wires back in the pins..

Almost every tool on the next has some bad reviews by someone..

Anyone have a solid built tool that's worth the $$$

The staples aren't doing it!!

Please help!
post #2 of 4
Only the best. MDPC Pin remover. ( German shop )
International shop.
post #3 of 4
No use in ordering one of those if you don't feel like it to be honest. If you have a pen cap lying around with those thingies that you use to secure them to your pockets made of metal, it's pretti easy to do a homemade one.

I made a circular one, just insert it in the hole, it flattens the breaking pins, and it pops out just like that. You can make those "tools" out of most things that are metal.
Edited by Syde - 11/9/12 at 4:33am
post #4 of 4
They either A) Don't work as well as the actual tool, or B) Break easily.
Using the actual tool will make life so much easier, and will do it quicker.
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