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post #51 of 66
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Great, let us know how it turns out. If they still have standard sets of EVGA branded sleeved cables that are compatible w/ the older model PSU's and your current model, then you should be safe with the existing pin diagrams...
post #52 of 66
Capxon Caps

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should have used nothing instead of them

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Originally Posted by Master__Shake View Post

Capxon Caps

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should have used nothing instead of them

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I need to order some capacitors for when I'm gonna do my VGA cables, and I'm guessing I'm gonna be ordering some rubicon capacitors again (the place I roder from usually deals with audio people so it's mostly japanese ones that are readily available). Maybe I'll change the ones on the 24 pin while I'm at it as well, just for peace of mind wink.gif

Edit: seems like it's gonna be nippon Chemi con instead as tehy are a bit cheaper. Oh well not like they are any less good though smile.gif
Edited by Rainmaker91 - 9/18/15 at 3:22pm
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ok here is my first sleeving job for my a1300, getting better each time a screw up , amazingco







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Sorry for posting on an old thread, but I cannot figure out how it is that pin 20 on the 24 pin is labeled unused, yet in your pictures I don't see any gap?
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I know that this is an old thread, but I am hoping that someone is still active in it.

Can the capacitors be moved from wire to wire, as long as they are attached to the same voltage pinout? Does that make sense?

Does the PSU / GPU / MB connections expect to push / receive more stable power from certain pins?

I'm looking to sleeve a similar power supply, and want to make a 1:1 pinout, where I can (PCI-E 6+2, to start). In order to do so, I need to move the wires that the capacitor was originally connected to, but I still want the capacitor on the very end of the connection. So, is it safe to move the capacitor in this way?

The attached image shows the stock pin layout. I want to move the layout, as such:

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And connect to the capacitor (negative connection) to pin #5, and (+12v) to pin #1.

Thoughts?


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Originally Posted by eTanium View Post

I know that this is an old thread, but I am hoping that someone is still active in it.

Can the capacitors be moved from wire to wire, as long as they are attached to the same voltage pinout? Does that make sense?

Does the PSU / GPU / MB connections expect to push / receive more stable power from certain pins?

I'm looking to sleeve a similar power supply, and want to make a 1:1 pinout, where I can (PCI-E 6+2, to start). In order to do so, I need to move the wires that the capacitor was originally connected to, but I still want the capacitor on the very end of the connection. So, is it safe to move the capacitor in this way?

The attached image shows the stock pin layout. I want to move the layout, as such:

8765
4321

And connect to the capacitor (negative connection) to pin #5, and (+12v) to pin #1.

Thoughts?


I'm not completely understanding what you're trying to do, but I can say that I completely removed the capacitors when I sleeved my own 1300 G2. Not sure if that helps.
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I'm not completely understanding what you're trying to do, but I can say that I completely removed the capacitors when I sleeved my own 1300 G2. Not sure if that helps.

If you look at the attached image, of the pin layout, that shows how the stock cable is. It has some criss-crossing wires, which seems unnecessary. The top top row, and pin #4, on both PSU and PCI side, are ground wires. pin numbers 1, 2, 3 are +12v. So, when making new cables, the pin to pin layout can be changed, to be a "1:1" connection.




My question, is if the capacitor can be moved/attached to a different set of wires, than it already is, at stock. Is the PSU, or the GPU expecting that capacitor on 1 specific pin configuration? I know that some of the ground wires serve as 'sensors' for the PSU, and possibly for the GPU. If that is the case, and the capacitor is meant to be connected to those pins, I imagine moving it off of them would cause an issue.

I hope that helps clarify my question? Here's a photo of the PCI-E end connection, to the GPU, for clarification of the position of the capacitor.

post #59 of 66
I don't see how the capacitor is going to do anything the way you have it wired.
post #60 of 66
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Originally Posted by msd0 View Post

I don't see how the capacitor is going to do anything the way you have it wired.

The way that it is currently wired, as depicted in the attached images, or my proposed layout?

The images reflect the cable, which is stock; it came like that out of the box from EVGA (minus some heatshrink and sleeving).
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