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Speaking of sleeving is there any house hold tools or tricks to remove molex connections or should I just buy the tool made for it. I ask bc I have tons of tools (I work as a hvac/refrigeration/ ice machine commerical/medical service tech)


Take a bobby pin, clamp the closed end with plyers so its a point, but dont break it, theres a fine line between squeezed with plyers and broken lol. After youve used the plyers then fold out each wing half way down so it looks like a large V with a wing coming off in opposite directions on each side. boom!! now you can use the wings to hold onto and you remove the molexes by pushing the pointed side through the terminal. I'm going to take a pic just for you! give me 2 - 3 minutes.

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Guys...enough with sleeving please,there are forums devoted to that already.
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That are some nice prices IMO.

Maybe a stupid question, but.
Is that different from "general" sleeves? Looks different somehow.

 

It miiight be that these look a little bit more thick, round or puffed up, but if thats what your talking about its because lutro0 and other pc mod suppliers take the inside out prior to shipping to their customers. Its kind of an added perk of buying paracord though one of them rather than buying it like this. but honestly if you have only bought paracord from pc mod resellers dont be scared by this. the inside is already hanging out most of the time and it comes out like its practically throwing itself at you lol :)

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Speaking of sleeving is there any house hold tools or tricks to remove molex connections or should I just buy the tool made for it. I ask bc I have tons of tools (I work as a hvac/refrigeration/ ice machine commerical/medical service tech)
If you got an old antenna lying around, like the ones from old tv's or remote control toys, you can take them apart and use one of the tubes as a molex remover. That is what I currently use and it works fine.
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I know I know I think I've said the p word like 100 times now :doh:

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Originally Posted by emsj86 View Post

Speaking of sleeving is there any house hold tools or tricks to remove molex connections or should I just buy the tool made for it. I ask bc I have tons of tools (I work as a hvac/refrigeration/ ice machine commerical/medical service tech)
If you got an old antenna lying around, like the ones from old tv's or remote control toys, you can take them apart and use one of the tubes as a molex remover. That is what I currently use and it works fine.


this...

 

that and my cam is dead right now I guess :(

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plottingCreeper pointed this beauty out in a recent article from silentpcreview's first foray into watercooling ...


SPCR silent watercooling article
http://www.overclock.net/t/1536131/spcr-silent-watercooling-article/

Here's an excerpt from their initial pump testing ...
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The acoustics were not good. As we noted many times in the past, water pumps for PC component cooling have a considerably worse acoustic signature than typical DC axial fans used in computers. High tonality, especially in the upper registers of the audio spectrum, combined with high vibration makes the VisionTek EK EK-SBAY DDC 3.2 PWM reservoir-pump a very difficult component to use in a quiet PC. Even at the slowest setting, it sounds reminiscent of a fan with ball bearings about to fail — there's a screechy quality that pervades, albeit at much lower SPL (sound pressure level) than at higher speeds. We could use the elastic suspension mechanical decoupling method that has served so well for HDD vibration damping for years, but the screechy quality was so prevalent that even the damping afforded by being wrapped in my hands did not change it. The absence of liquid in the reservoir and pump may have exacerbated the noise, as water has acoustic damping properties, but we were doubtful that it would have more than a marginal effect.


Wait! What?
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Thanks
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Ofcourse.

Should've know that.
That's what you get when you stop working with electronics regularly. tongue.gif

I hope the gauge has the same resistance as the "special" temp sensor monitors.
Big difference though. ~€1.80 vs €8 for practically the exact same thing.

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Usualy they are 10k ohm thermistors, industry tandart or something.
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plottingCreeper pointed this beauty out in a recent article from silentpcreview's first foray into watercooling ...


SPCR silent watercooling article
http://www.overclock.net/t/1536131/spcr-silent-watercooling-article/

Here's an excerpt from their initial pump testing ...
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Wait! What?

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the worse part is that some newbie reading this might be put off a first attempt on Snorkle.gif due to this stupid remark.
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Wait a sec, so what he said is, that a pump produces the same sound in and out of the water?!
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