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Subbed... and when exactly is this auction in April? I have some vacation days to burn and there's plenty of overtime available at work in the next 6-8 weeks, lol.
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It's April 26th smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Pheozero View Post

Thanks man, I'd really appreciate if you could grab more pics when doing the SSD. Makes me wonder if Lutro0 has something about this floating around.

Finally got around to doing a short guide for Sata power cables:

First you need these, and the non-end caps if you have multiple in a row:

1900986

Put the push in connector in the drive:

1900987

Make sure you make a pinout diagram:

1900988

Cut cables that are a bit longer than they need to be, then crimp atx pins on one end.

1900989

Put them in the connector:

1900990

Plug it in:

1900991

and then line up the wires on the push in connector:

1900992

Press the wires down on the connector so you can get indents on the wire, also, mark them somehow

1900993

Strip the wire in that small section using an exacto knife and then press them in using a small screwdriver or something:

1900994

Cut the ends down:

1900995

Push the cap on:

1900996

Sleeve:

1900997

And it's good to go:

1900998

1900999

1901000
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Originally Posted by luciddreamer124 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Pheozero View Post

Thanks man, I'd really appreciate if you could grab more pics when doing the SSD. Makes me wonder if Lutro0 has something about this floating around.

Finally got around to doing a short guide for Sata power cables:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
First you need these, and the non-end caps if you have multiple in a row:

1900986

Put the push in connector in the drive:

1900987

Make sure you make a pinout diagram:

1900988

Cut cables that are a bit longer than they need to be, then crimp atx pins on one end.

1900989

Put them in the connector:

1900990

Plug it in:

1900991

and then line up the wires on the push in connector:

1900992

Press the wires down on the connector so you can get indents on the wire, also, mark them somehow

1900993

Strip the wire in that small section using an exacto knife and then press them in using a small screwdriver or something:

1900994

Cut the ends down:

1900995

Push the cap on:

1900996

Sleeve:

1900997

And it's good to go:

1900998

1900999

1901000

Looks awesome Lucid, thanks for the quick guide!
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post #225 of 465
Man the build is really looking good. Nice job!!!thumb.gifbiggrin.gifthumb.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by luciddreamer124 View Post

Finally got around to doing a short guide for Sata power cables: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

First you need these, and the non-end caps if you have multiple in a row:

1900986

Put the push in connector in the drive:

1900987

Make sure you make a pinout diagram:

1900988

Cut cables that are a bit longer than they need to be, then crimp atx pins on one end.

1900989

Put them in the connector:

1900990

Plug it in:

1900991

and then line up the wires on the push in connector:

1900992

Press the wires down on the connector so you can get indents on the wire, also, mark them somehow

1900993

Strip the wire in that small section using an exacto knife and then press them in using a small screwdriver or something:

1900994

Cut the ends down:

1900995

Push the cap on:

1900996

Sleeve:

1900997

And it's good to go:

1900998

1900999

1901000
Awesome job, man. Thank you, very much. +1
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post #227 of 465
Really nice instructions and pictures on that guide. +1 biggrin.gif
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This build looks great.
You're a lucky guy, that's for sure.
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This build looks great.
You're a lucky guy, that's for sure.

Thanks!

I am extremely blessed to have such an opportunity. I love my school and it's a great way to give back.
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Stopped by to see the progress, found this response stuck in the reply box... still kind of stupified as to how it survived all the other posts... but I guess that's part of the update to the console they rolled out some months ago. Who knew?

Anyway things are looking great - as is to be expected! thumb.gif Can't wait to see the end results. I'm assuming the auction will only occur in person on the night? If they opened it up to online or call-in bidding I bet a few of us on this thread might pump the price up for them. biggrin.gif

(For referrence this was about your differential equations test and the subsequent discussions...)

Quote:
Originally Posted by luciddreamer124 View Post

Thank you. It's definitely a challenge. There are 2 other guys in my class ^.^ But I really love math so I enjoy it.

Man, I wish I could say the same. Hated it then, hate it now... naturally I wound up in a career where I have to use it constantly (enterprise middleware development) . Then again I'm pretty sure I make better money than I could selling paintings or photographs on the street - so I guess it's not all bad. Hopefully one day I can retire and spend all my time working on creative projects that don't perform calculations or database operations

I've always been good at math (and by extension physics and logic) but it's about as enjoyable as having abdominal surgery performed by a bind doctor with the shakes IMO... biggrin.gif
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