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Yes, lots of people have this problem. Stretching sleeve is a difficult technique to learn. If you get it right then the sleeve should be entirely closed and be able to stand up and take weight on it. From your pictures it looks like your sleeve has loosened again after you've applied the heatshrink. Personally for this reason I prefer heatshrinkless method, so the sleeve isn't able to sag back again. Even then I can't always get the sleeve completely solid.

Thank you for answering, but isn't this called closed?
I cannot pul it any harder whatsoever. I tried it several times, yeah maybe the ATX cable is a bit lose, but this PCIe cable I did my utmost best and it still looks like crap.

//edit #1

Maybe I gonna make my own acrylic spacers or retry with the double sided tape, or even glue everything together instead. Because the longer I take a look at it, the more disgusted I am getting with the result.

//edit #2

I dropped TripT Computer Customs an email about those acrylic spacers. Maybe they will help me to align those cables. At least it's worth a shot. And after already spending enough money on sleeving this is at least worth a try.
Edited by HHawk - 2/13/13 at 1:24pm
     
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this PCIe cable I did my utmost best and it still looks like crap.

Sorry I was indeed looking at the ATX24. That PCIe cable looks better, and it should be holding its shape, right? Now you need to install the cables in your PC and 'train' them to stay in a nice form. That means pulling along each cable individually, bending the wire inside smoothly so that, when you let it go free, the sleeve has a uniform curve and holds in the right place. It's like stretching but without force, just to coax the wire to stay how you want it. Lutro0 has some discussion of it in his videos, you can see him sometimes busy with correcting the shape of the wires after plugging them into the connector.
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Yeah with that PCIe cables I did my utmost best (the proof are my hands and fingers). By the way, aren't there good gloves for this? Haha. Would be better and easier on my hands / fingers though.

I will try to redo the ATX cables by cutting them partially and re-shrink them, maybe that will improve things, however that is almost a "surgical" job, because of the fraying. Maybe also the other PCIe cables.

I don't have enough sleeving left to redo it from scratch and I am not going to order again, it's already expensive enough at the moment.

And I will wait for the reply from TripT Computer Customs and hopefully he can set me up with a few of those spacers for proper aligning the cables a bit more.
     
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Yeah with that PCIe cables I did my utmost best (the proof are my hands and fingers). By the way, aren't there good gloves for this? Haha. Would be better and easier on my hands / fingers though...

it's already expensive enough at the moment.

With practice you can stretch using the inside of your top knuckle and do it slowly enough not to burn. Where I get damage now is holding the pin with my thumb sometimes the little prongs on the top dig in enough to draw blood.

About cost. After the initial start up cost of the pin remover and such, a lot of the price can be avoided. If you use paracord and use the heatshrinkless method you can sleeve for next to nothing. On the other hand if I think about how much I've overspent on the other components in my PCs like different fans, watercooling fittings, various adapters, cables, screws, then the price of the sleeving has been quite reasonable.
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With practice you can stretch using the inside of your top knuckle and do it slowly enough not to burn. Where I get damage now is holding the pin with my thumb sometimes the little prongs on the top dig in enough to draw blood.

About cost. After the initial start up cost of the pin remover and such, a lot of the price can be avoided. If you use paracord and use the heatshrinkless method you can sleeve for next to nothing. On the other hand if I think about how much I've overspent on the other components in my PCs like different fans, watercooling fittings, various adapters, cables, screws, then the price of the sleeving has been quite reasonable.

Thanks! I will keep that method in mind. I never experienced what you described in regards to drawing blood?

Well actually I already ordered a pin remover set (from Lamptron or something) some while ago before I even started sleeving. So I didn't even calculate those costs. Currently I am at 213.53 Euro (only materials, no tools), this translates to ~285 USD from MDPC-X. And yeah I looked up paracord, however I thought it looked a little bit to thick on the pictures I had seen so far.

I also ordered a Magnum STH10 case from CaseLabs. You can expect it to be pricey shipping it to the Netherlands. It costed me about 850 USD (without custom and VAT fee's).
     
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Thanks! I will keep that method in mind. I never experienced what you described in regards to drawing blood?

Well actually I already ordered a pin remover set (from Lamptron or something) some while ago before I even started sleeving. So I didn't even calculate those costs. Currently I am at 213.53 Euro (only materials, no tools), this translates to ~285 USD from MDPC-X. And yeah I looked up paracord, however I thought it looked a little bit to thick on the pictures I had seen so far.

I also ordered a Magnum STH10 case from CaseLabs. You can expect it to be pricey shipping it to the Netherlands. It costed me about 850 USD (without custom and VAT fee's).
450# paracord isn't much bigger than normal sleeving (maybe 1/32" diameter difference)... the only real way to describe the difference is "fluffier"

I always do paracord sleeving because the results are phenomenal at a fraction of the price. Last PSU I did, heat-shrink-less cost me $5 for a bottle of super glue (lasts me about 3 PSUs), $2 in disposable lighters and $20 for 300' of paracord (3 colors, 100' each) and it takes about 100' to do a full PSU. That's it.
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Well after doing some other stuff, my Caselab Magnum STH10 arrived (flat-packed)!

After building it up, I noticed I will have to use my extension cables for the (2x) 8-pin CPU and of course resleeve them. However I am facing a problem!
How on earth do I remove the pin from the extension connecter? I can remove the pin from the CPU connector, but I cannot figure out how to remove the pin from the extension part.

I am using this 8-pin extension from NZXT.

I couldn't find a good picture showing the pins from the extension connector. frown.gif

Anyone has an idea?

//update

Well I found a better picture of the extension connector, but I don't know if it's useful. Here is the picture.
Edited by HHawk - 2/21/13 at 11:46am
     
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You should be able to use the same pin remover you used to remove the female pins. However some of them, notably the Lamptron, are poorly designed and won't go in the housing deep enough. Which pin remover are you using?
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Seems I am never lucky... frown.gif
     
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You should be able to use the same pin remover you used to remove the female pins. However some of them, notably the Lamptron, are poorly designed and won't go in the housing deep enough. Which pin remover are you using?

Which one would you recommend which is able to remove those pins from the extension connector without much problems?
     
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