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Added.

If I add those SATA crimp terminals, then I may as well add all of these: http://cables.hillsidekonnection.com/atx-quick.html

See what I'm getting at?

Yes, you are right. It's better to keep it simple rather than have an overload of information:)
Anyway, good job nawon. +REP
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I say stick to the essentials. If someone wants to buy gold plated pins they can use the part detail to find other pins from same series.
E.g we show part 67581-0009 and from there they can click on series
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Do you know what the difference is between Type 1 and Type 2? I don't understand the drawing:
http://www.molex.com/pdm_docs/sd/675810000_sd.pdf (Middle Right)

About this question, I found a nice summary of SATA connectors from Molex. Apparently, Type I and Type II connectors are the same, they just differ in the reel direction. The funny thing is that in Mouser, crimp 67581-0000 costs 0,143 €, while crimp 67581-0010 costs 0,695 € rolleyes.gif.
You can get the document here, if you are interested.
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I say stick to the essentials. If someone wants to buy gold plated pins they can use the part detail to find other pins from same series.
E.g we show part 67581-0009 and from there they can click on series
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Originally Posted by nawon72 View Post

Added.

If I add those SATA crimp terminals, then I may as well add all of these: http://cables.hillsidekonnection.com/atx-quick.html

See what I'm getting at?

Yes, you are right. It's better to keep it simple rather than have an overload of information:)
Anyway, good job nawon. +REP

So that's 2 votes for option 2: Every useful part number in one place, correct?

 

My vote goes to option 3: Two separate lists:  A: The Essentials  B: Everything, but we would finish "The Essentials" before working on "Everything". My reason for having an "Everything" list is to make it easier for people to find the less common part numbers.

 

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You can get the document here, if you are interested.

I'll be saving this one. thumb.gif

 

 

 

PS: Anyone notice the post number being off by one?


Edited by nawon72 - 11/16/12 at 3:53pm
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Does anybody know where to find 24 pin male sockets in black?

I can find natural ones all over...

These are the numbers:
46999-0157 (V-2 Black)
46999-0304 (V-0 Black)
39-01-2246 (V-0 Natural)
39-01-2241 (V-2 Natural)

I know they're at frozencpu etc but I'm really not looking to pay $1.50 for these.
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What do you consider a reasonable price? You will probably pay more for shipping unless you are ordering other items.
Check out Mouser, Newark, etc?
post #17 of 409
About half that, and I do plan on ordering other parts.

I checked each of the sites listed above but to no avail. Currently trying to get in touch with AC Ryan to see if they still make connectors.
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About half that, and I do plan on ordering other parts.

I checked each of the sites listed above but to no avail. Currently trying to get in touch with AC Ryan to see if they still make connectors.

I can't seem to find any black male housings in stock either. Here are the TE/AMP 24-Pin equivalents in case you can't find the Molex ones in stock:

 

2-2029027-4 Black, V2

2-2029028-4 Black, V0

Red*

Blue*

*I'm not sure what the difference between FH and PM is.

 

Their female counterparts can be found here:
http://cables.hillsidekonnection.com/atx-quick.html

 

 

 

I'll update the "list" once I get my computer working again, or slowly over the next week. The planned changes are:

  • Add the part numbers recently posted in this thread
  • Integrate the part numbers into Lutro0's FAQ's "Connector Types and Where to buy?"
  • Make 3 separate lists:
  1. The Essentials
  2. Lutro0 Enhanced
  3. Everything
  • Check all the part numbers, so I can remove the "Information may not be accurate" disclaimer

Edited by nawon72 - 11/22/12 at 6:05pm
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About half that, and I do plan on ordering other parts.
I checked each of the sites listed above but to no avail. Currently trying to get in touch with AC Ryan to see if they still make connectors.
They do. performance-pcs.com carries AC Ryan. The 24 pin is 99 cents.
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i would love it if you guys would add a 20 pin ATX and a 10 pin ATX (both dual row) as i will be makinf cables for a Seasonic PSU soon and knowing where to get those two housings would be very helpful smile.gif
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