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Hey guys, im thinking to sleeve this specific psu's, and the wuestion is does 50 feet paracord would be enough for a single psu? or i need much more? also maybe someone were doing some sleeving with this PARACORD?
Corsair unit
Enermax unit

Thanks. Mr One
post #2 of 11
If you're sleeving the whole power supply, i don't think 50FT will be enough. I bought 100FT to do my CPU, PCIE and 24PIN, and i don't have a lot left over.
As for that paracord; aswell from the horrible colouring, it looks pretty poor.
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Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

If you're sleeving the whole power supply, i don't think 50FT will be enough. I bought 100FT to do my CPU, PCIE and 24PIN, and i don't have a lot left over.
As for that paracord; aswell from the horrible colouring, it looks pretty poor.

Ok thanks for answers smile.gif that paracord looked like no one did here sleeving with it so it kinda hooked me smile.gif
post #4 of 11
That will not be enough. The 24 pin will use up most of your paracord. You might get a 24pin and a 6+2 pin. Besides with paracord, many times you start sleeving and the sleeve catches on something and ends up damaging the weaving.

I always buy extra paracord. In your case, I's suggest you get 200ft. Its always better to have more than less, its cheap, and nothing kills projects like delays due to missing some parts. Hence spend the extra $10 and rest in peace knowing that your covered. thumb.gif
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That will not be enough. The 24 pin will use up most of your paracord. You might get a 24pin and a 6+2 pin. Besides with paracord, many times you start sleeving and the sleeve catches on something and ends up damaging the weaving.
I always buy extra paracord. In your case, I's suggest you get 200ft. Its always better to have more than less, its cheap, and nothing kills projects like delays due to missing some parts. Hence spend the extra $10 and rest in peace knowing that your covered. thumb.gif

im stuck at 25 USD line to get something from US due to high import taxes biggrin.gif
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Where you live? I spend alot as well but not that much.
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Where you live? I spend alot as well but not that much.
Lithuania
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Paracord is just parachute cord with the insides pulled out. Maybe there's an active skydiving community in Lithuania you can ask where they buy spare cord.
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Paracord is just parachute cord with the insides pulled out. Maybe there's an active skydiving community in Lithuania you can ask where they buy spare cord.

Unfortunately there isnt any of them... Its like try to search a food in a something like a toilet biggrin.gif
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info@skydiving.lt send them a mail
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