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That sucks. I wonder where Moddiy gets his white 24 pin connector then?
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That sucks. I wonder where Moddiy gets his white 24 pin connector then?
Don't know. I got an email off to Newark, but I don't know if they can give me much help since I'm just going by Molex #'s.

If you look at the 12 pins in the pic you see the same thing: 1 white and 2 off white connectors. So I don't know how one is supposed to be able to get a single color connector housing.
post #73 of 413
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That sucks. I wonder where Moddiy gets his white 24 pin connector then?

There is tons of third party makers for connectors, sadly most of them are clear bases with the outside tinted which gives them a see through look. Perfpc carries allot of what I am talking about,.
post #74 of 413
Does anyone know where to get white 6 pin gpu connectors?
Totally forgot about those......and I can't seem to find any or part #'s.
post #75 of 413
I am trying to find the 4 pin molex power terminals, male and female, but for 16 AWG wire. seeming to only find 18-24awg pins.
can anyone point me in right direction, preferably on digikey site. Thanks.
post #76 of 413
You don't need special pins for awg 16. The normal pins still have a good grip with bigger wire. The only issue would be if you were making thousands that it would start to wear out your crimper.
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The only place I found that has white 6 pin pcie connectors is modDIY. Weird that you can get almost anything else in white except those in the US.
Anyway I ordered them and a few more white connectors to replace my off-white ones.
post #78 of 413
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You don't need special pins for awg 16. The normal pins still have a good grip with bigger wire. The only issue would be if you were making thousands that it would start to wear out your crimper.

You do not need special pins but I would recommend the pins with the long wings as the shorter ones will break off.

Also if your crimper is not set up to handle the larger diameter it will snap one of the longer wings off as well.

Just an fyi.
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You do not need special pins but I would recommend the pins with the long wings as the shorter ones will break off.

I didn't know there were molex 8981 pins with shorter wings?
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I didn't know there were molex 8981 pins with shorter wings?

Yea, they are off brand - not molex brand. Lots of resellers have them.

In fact most non oem or molex brand pins are short winged for some reason "shrugs"
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