Hi, I just started sleeving the PCI-E cables on a Corsair 1050HX, when I came to the realization that I didn't plug them back in the way the came. The thing is, Corsair made all the wires black, no yellows, so I can't differentiate between ground and current. Does it matter? Will I be fine if plug the pins back in the same order as the stock cables (non-sleeved by me). By that I mean, let's say that on the stock, the pin in the black connector (one that goes to graphics card) is in the top left, and it corresponds to the middle right of the blue connector (one going in to the PSU). So, if I reorder the wires on my sleeved to the same configuration of the stock, will it be fine? I'd rather use my cable than the stocks, because I spent 4 hours sleeving the cable, (first time), but I want to make sure I don't fry the 7950 graphics card in my first build. The only reason I overlooked this was because the order of the pins was never mentioned in any of the videos I saw on how to sleeve PSU cables. I'd extremely appreciate any help. Thanks!
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6/26/13 at 11:52am