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I think this may be beyond me, at least for the time being anyway. Are extensions really that bad?? I see quite a few people saying don't do it, but I've used them myself before numerous times without issue.
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Why start with the most difficult task? You can draw up a total design and shopping list then work your way through it as and when. Here are some of the projects you could break it down into:
ATX 24Pin Motherboard Power
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Front Panel USB 3.0 to 20 pin Header
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I think this may be beyond me, at least for the time being anyway. Are extensions really that bad?? I see quite a few people saying don't do it, but I've used them myself before numerous times without issue.

I don't think extensions are bad. If it makes it easier then do that. You could always make a full cable later on when you feel more comfortable with it.
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I have the crimpers and tools etc. so I certainly CAN do it in the future if I want, but I feel very ambivalent towards jumping in at the deep with something I'm not the slightest bit familiar with. Regular sleeving etc. is fine, that I can manage, but getting into the electronics realm is daunting to say the least... especially when I could do some serious damage if I get it wrong!
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I've decided to use extensions in my builds. The cases that I have hide the PSU so it just seems easier that way.
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I've decided to use extensions in my builds. The cases that I have hide the PSU so it just seems easier that way.

My case is the same, I don't see the PSU at all, so initially I thought extensions, yeah why WOULDN'T you just do that given the ease in comparison to making an entirely new cable... but then I have come across numerous comments saying extensions are a bad idea, although I wasn't quite clear why. Providing you're using quality wire and you take your time with it, what's the problem?
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My case is the same, I don't see the PSU at all, so initially I thought extensions, yeah why WOULDN'T you just do that given the ease in comparison to making an entirely new cable... but then I have come across numerous comments saying extensions are a bad idea, although I wasn't quite clear why. Providing you're using quality wire and you take your time with it, what's the problem?

I don't think there is a problem with extensions. I've made numerous sets and never had a problem with any. If there is a problem, it's news to me. I just hope I don't go home after work to find my build exploded...
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My only guess would be if you had a 24 pin that uses smaller gauge wire then adding on an extension maybe you'd end up with a bit of voltage drop across the cable. just a thought.
post #709 of 942
Dont' know if this exists, but I recently made custom cables for my Corsair SF600 (600W SFX) psu, and made a quick pinout in the process.

Never made a pinout before, hopefully it's clear enough.

4 Double wires on the main ATX. One double on the PCIE.

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Dont' know if this exists, but I recently made custom cables for my Corsair SF600 (600W SFX) psu, and made a quick pinout in the process.

Never made a pinout before, hopefully it's clear enough.

4 Double wires on the main ATX. One double on the PCIE.


Dude, that is a wonderful pinout! This might be the easiest to follow one I've seen so far, can you please make all the pinouts from now on?thumb.gif
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