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Hi guys, been meaning to sleeve all the cables for some time just haven't got round to it.

I was wondering what thickness paracord I should use? And are there any special tools I should invest in to make the job easier?

As my PSU is modular I have spare cables so the plan is sleeve one of the spares then swap them out so the only time my rig will be down is when I do the 24pin.
I'm not sure if there is any warranty left on my PSU but either way I'll be voiding it by sleeving the cables as I will most likely open it up to get a neater job.

It will be my first time sleeving cables, going for a red and black theme in my case, my current mobo is blue but this will be getting upgraded at some point.

I will be having a read up on other threads and guides but if you guys have any tips for a beginner then I'd love to hear them smile.gif
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Hi guys, been meaning to sleeve all the cables for some time just haven't got round to it.

I was wondering what thickness paracord I should use? And are there any special tools I should invest in to make the job easier?

As my PSU is modular I have spare cables so the plan is sleeve one of the spares then swap them out so the only time my rig will be down is when I do the 24pin.
I'm not sure if there is any warranty left on my PSU but either way I'll be voiding it by sleeving the cables as I will most likely open it up to get a neater job.

It will be my first time sleeving cables, going for a red and black theme in my case, my current mobo is blue but this will be getting upgraded at some point.

I will be having a read up on other threads and guides but if you guys have any tips for a beginner then I'd love to hear them smile.gif

Standard paracord although the diameter can vary slightly it's around 4mm.

The proper Molex ATX 11-03-0044 Pin extractor will save a lot of heartache when removing pins.

A Paracord threader while not essential, as you can use tape, saves a lot of time.

Flush Side Cutting Pliers are essential to get a clean cut although I prefer the Knipex 78 71 125 as they're better quality and last for ages although are more expensive.

Invest a lot of time going through the various relevant video guides. It will save a lot of hassle, questions and mistakes later on.
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Standard paracord although the diameter can vary slightly it's around 4mm.

The proper Molex ATX 11-03-0044 Pin extractor will save a lot of heartache when removing pins.

A Paracord threader while not essential, as you can use tape, saves a lot of time.

Flush Side Cutting Pliers are essential to get a clean cut although I prefer the Knipex 78 71 125 as they're better quality and last for ages although are more expensive.

Invest a lot of time going through the various relevant video guides. It will save a lot of hassle, questions and mistakes later on.

Thanks for the info!

At the moment my shopping list consists of

30m black 550 paracord
30m red 550 paracord
MDPC red heat shrink
MDPC black heat shrink
MDPC pin extractor

I already have some high quality snips, I think thats all I'll need? will the normal 2 prong pin extractor remove the round pins out of the 4 wire molex conectors?

I'm planning on ordering the stuff with in the next few days as I'll also want to sleeve another system I'll be building as a media center
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post #4 of 11
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...I already have some high quality snips, I think thats all I'll need? will the normal 2 prong pin extractor remove the round pins out of the 4 wire molex conectors?

I'm planning on ordering the stuff with in the next few days as I'll also want to sleeve another system I'll be building as a media center

As long as the snips are flush side cutters they'll be fine.

You could think about going heatshrinkless. Personally I think that looks better with paracord.

You'll need a pin extractor tool for the 4 pin auxiliary cables, something like this or MDPC-Xs version (I got a nice custom one made out of brass by the person who makes the Paracord Threader Tool).

Just spotted you're in the UK, in which case check out E22 who stocks a lot of the tools and stuff from Lutro0.
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post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post

As long as the snips are flush side cutters they'll be fine.

You could think about going heatshrinkless. Personally I think that looks better with paracord.

You'll need a pin extractor tool for the 4 pin auxiliary cables, something like this or MDPC-Xs version (I got a nice custom one made out of brass by the person who makes the Paracord Threader Tool).

Just spotted you're in the UK, in which case check out E22 who stocks a lot of the tools and stuff from Lutro0.

Thanks for the links again, will add the auxiliary pin remover to my shopping list! How do you go about going heatshrinkless? I've seen photos of it done but never anything about how its done, I'm guessing you glue the ends instead of heatshrinking them into place?
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post #6 of 11
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...How do you go about going heatshrinkless? I've seen photos of it done but never anything about how its done, I'm guessing you glue the ends instead of heatshrinking them into place?

You melt the paracord onto the pin. Heatshrinkless Paracord Guide
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You melt the paracord onto the pin. Heatshrinkless Paracord Guide

I think I'll give that a shot! Just skipped through the video to see how he melts it into place and where, will watch the full video now. Going to order everything now smile.gif

Will post photos when I get everything and start the sleeving
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Just a thought, how would I go about doing the SATA power cables without heatshrink? Thinking I might have to use heatshrink on those
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post #9 of 11
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Ordered from E22:
Paracord threading tool
Molex round 4 pin tool
24pin plug and 2x 8pin pci-e plugs (my standard 24pin and 8pins are the split type)

Ordered from MDPC:
Precut Red Heat shrink
Precut Black Heat shrink
Pin remover (2 prong type)

Ordered from Bushcraft:
30m Red 550 Paracord
30m Black 550 Paracord

Decided to get the pin remover and heat shrink from MDPC as I've seen a lot of good reviews about their 4:1 heatshrink and the pin remover was cheaper to get from there.

I think for the 24pin and the PCI-e's I'll be going heatshrinkless, for the SATA and 4pin Molex I'll be using heat shrink as I can't really think of a way to do the SATA power cables without heatshrink and the way the 4pin molex connectors split I think it will be easier/neater with heat shrink.

Going to practice first on a spare PCI-e cable I have for my PSU, will post pictures when everything comes to show how I'm getting on with it!
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post #10 of 11
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Just a thought, how would I go about doing the SATA power cables without heatshrink? Thinking I might have to use heatshrink on those

Have a look at How To Sleeve Sata Pass-Through or Crimp Style Power Connectors? in the FAQs

Just about every question you can think of is covered in the FAQs or the Video Guides.
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