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Good morning Henry smile.gif
Greet jobs ! You are very interest enthusiast smile.gif
I have one question, pedestal assembling condition transported ???

Pedestel transport in 4 parts, easy to assemble.
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Henry, pedestal can be used top cover, very cool interface !
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Henry, pedestal can be used top cover, very cool interface !

Yes mayby next upgrade with 2 Aquacomputer Airplex 480's. But first monitor.
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Good morning Gerald.
Yes the are GPU cables. On the side is saying PCI Express. Have to make them shorter "little practice good for my skills".
OK. So you are not going to make your own cables then. But I would suggest to just make new ones the right length, then sleeve each one before you put it back in the connectors.
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OK. So you are not going to make your own cables then. But I would suggest to just make new ones the right length, then sleeve each one before you put it back in the connectors.

Ha "I did not mention that i am NOT going to make my cables" I am. Altho i admid that i was looking at a set for the AXi1200.
Have to measure out the new length and make a hole in the cover panel at the back of the motherboard. Ye more drilling, putting tread in and working on the acrylic. I think the choise that i made with the psu makes it much easier for me.
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Ha "I did not mention that i am NOT going to make my cables" I am. Altho i admid that i was looking at a set for the AXi1200.
Have to measure out the new length and make a hole in the cover panel at the back of the motherboard. Ye more drilling, putting tread in and working on the acrylic. I think the choise that i made with the psu makes it much easier for me.
OK instead of shortening the existing cables you will be making new ones that are shorter. Got it. wink.gif
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OK instead of shortening the existing cables you will be making new ones that are shorter. Got it. wink.gif

I beginning to think that i need a schrink because avery one is saying the opposit from what i say.
Wel i give it a nother try and if the answer dont land ig go home "The cables that are to long are going to be disconnected and REUSED for the new cable" smile "cant at picture so i do it in text".
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I beginning to think that i need a schrink because avery one is saying the opposit from what i say.
Wel i give it a nother try and if the answer dont land ig go home "The cables that are to long are going to be disconnected and REUSED for the new cable" smile "cant at picture so i do it in text".
Well you probably do need a shrink, but that's OK. thumb.gif
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Had much help\info from you all how to do my wiring "thanks for that".

Now i am typing a little report what i did after you gave me the advice.

- psu moved "so i had to make new cables (from 90 cm to 50 cm);
- came home today 17:40 started right away with cutting all the sewingstuf from the cables;
- calculated the new lenght with the advice i got from you all;
- stript the wires;
- crimpt the wires;
- sleeved the wires "headshrinkless"
- connected the wires back on the same connector.
- tested the cable with my psu tester "only V12+ gave LL search this up "had something to do with multirail or something" and all voltages where good on the tester.
So i may expect that the cable is oke "button on selftest psu also green" .

The when i wanted to sew my cable i had tree wires loos from the connector. I pushed them back in and again i held wires in my hand mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
After som cursing all the bad words i can think of i took out my connector box. Yes i have another one "brand new"
- reconnected all the wires. Pull one wire to pieces because i cought not get it out "made new wire"

And finaly i am doing the sewing "not nowing if the advice payes off" but i believe all of you.

To see if i get more advice or that some one saying "Not good or that is wrong" i post som pictures and tell you a ferry tale about a firefighter ho wants to make his own cables. biggrin.gif

This is wat i got from Scott.

- I dismantel my original wire and checked all the wires so i can use this diagram.



This was the position of my original connectors when the where on my original cable.
All wires where made that is not the problem.
If you look carefully you see wire nr 13 (double wire) going to the two right connectors also at numbers 13.
I always thought that you get a complete flat cable. But as you follow the diagram wich is exact the same like the original wire then the cable have to turn at a point.

What i want to now "is it just me " ho have this problem" then i will ................ gunner2.gif
Or does you have this also.

My psu brand is Corsair AX1200i. I some one reading this and have the same psu "share som info".



That is the little devil who keeping me from sleeping. gunner2.gifgunner2.gifgunner.gif



So that is it for today. I am going to bed els i need som matches to keep my eyes open tomorrow.




But remember "ILL BE BACK" . biggrin.gif



I am back. Forget to tell somethings els.

When you make your cable be shure that when you crimp your cable the knodges from the pins are both in the same direction "WHY" because when you use stif wire you possible have to turn the wire when you connect it up in to the connector.

This is the routine how i do it:

- crimp the first pin;
- position the next pin in the crimper;
- take the crimpt wire in my hand and follow the nods over the wire. When i have the position i hold my thumb on the end. By this method i am shure that that both knodges are in line.
To get a better picture inmagin with the diagram that you put in a wire, connect the left pin and swing your last pin to the right connector.
The knodges of the pins have to face the release button on the connector. If the are not you have to twist the wire to get the pin in the connector.


Ha ha mayby got it all wrong but i had to take this hurdle to get the job don.
And because my buildlog is not only for nice pictures i "Share all problems also" to makes shure you dont have this.
Edited by TATH - 3/5/14 at 11:19pm
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Yeah better to walk away when you get tired. thumb.gif
When I was first learning to crimp pins, sleeve, and all that, I did everything wrong you could possibly do. Now after much practice it's easy.
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