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Originally Posted by Pimphare View Post

Yeah I wish I went with an extension now. redface.gif The issue I have is where the double wires spit at the psu connection side. Do you know where I can find some jumbo heatshrink to fit over all of the wires and over the connecter a bit?



Edit: I just watched this splicing tutorial by Lutro0. This is awesome! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXaKt-tiVI0

What country do u live in? Lutro (USA), MDPC (Germany), DazMode (Canada), Sleeve-Modding (Romania), moddiy (Hong-Kong) all sell large heatshrink. I'm not sure what size you'd need to fit over a 24-Pin. The biggest size Lutro sells is 3/4". Also alot of Audio Resellers carry large (and small) heatshrink

The largest (quality) sleeving i know about is Darkside (DazMode) and MDPC. Dazmode sells a 12" sleeve, and MDPC sellls a basic kit that's meant as a base for sleeving your PSU. It's only sold in black and is only meant to get you started (you buy another color or 2 of sleeving for single wires) the kit comes with Jumbo Sleeving to bundle the middle of your 24Pin. You could also use that around that area if you wanted.

Sorry for the long-ass answer. Just tryin to give u some options tongue.gif
Hope that helps thumb.gif
    
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post #10122 of 14342
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Originally Posted by kpoeticg View Post

What country do u live in? Lutro (USA), MDPC (Germany), DazMode (Canada), Sleeve-Modding (Romania), moddiy (Hong-Kong) all sell large heatshrink. I'm not sure what size you'd need to fit over a 24-Pin. The biggest size Lutro sells is 3/4". Also alot of Audio Resellers carry large (and small) heatshrink

The largest (quality) sleeving i know about is Darkside (DazMode) and MDPC. Dazmode sells a 12" sleeve, and MDPC sellls a basic kit that's meant as a base for sleeving your PSU. It's only sold in black and is only meant to get you started (you buy another color or 2 of sleeving for single wires) the kit comes with Jumbo Sleeving to bundle the middle of your 24Pin. You could also use that around that area if you wanted.

Sorry for the long-ass answer. Just tryin to give u some options tongue.gif
Hope that helps thumb.gif

I'm in the USA. You've been very informative. I'll check out Lutro and DazMode. Thank you sir!
post #10123 of 14342
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Originally Posted by kpoeticg View Post

People in here are trying to help you and you're being ignorant about it. Do you REALLY believe that NOBODY in this thread has tested the SN-28? Maybe take a look at the Frequently Asked Sleeving Questions Thread. Page 1. Did you think it's some magic crimper u stumbled upon?

People recommend Lutro0-Customs and MDPC-X because they have the best quality products. This is OCN, in the Cable Sleeving Thread. Do you really think that 2 of the main contributors to this thread don't know what they're talking about when it comes to "Sleeving"?

If you don't wanna know the truth, then just don't bring it up. Close your OCN account, order the SN-28, and some random sleeving, and try to figure out why all your pins are getting crushed and you can see your wires through the sleeving.

BigElf and WiSK are not in the sleeving "Business". They (like most people here) have nothing at all to gain from trying to help you out. Either accept good advice or

Nice and friendly answer.... you are really Gentleman !

I read it already from about one year, but is not enough to place points of view without practice/test !
So, as I understand "Frequently Asked Sleeving Questions" is the Bible and if anyone doubts on this and his contributors, becomes enemy ! this is one thread for sleeving not Inquisition.
post #10124 of 14342
DROP IT !
post #10125 of 14342
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Originally Posted by Pimphare View Post

Yeah I wish I went with an extension now. redface.gif The issue I have is where the double wires spit at the psu connection side. Do you know where I can find some jumbo heatshrink to fit over all of the wires and over the connecter a bit?



Edit: I just watched this splicing tutorial by Lutro0. This is awesome! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXaKt-tiVI0

If you are still looking for some bigger heatshrink Harbor Freight sells some containers with various sizes for pretty cheap.
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post #10126 of 14342
Woa, seems things got a little rough here lately.

I will say that the FAQ is by no means a definitive FAQ. It is however the result of hours and hours of testing and purchasing of a ton of good and bad tools to narrow down the field. Everything that is in the FAQ I have tested, and still to this day when something new comes up I buy and test it. But most of the time I don't post about it because it would just clutter things up.

I am glad people trust my judgement on tools, but there is of course a ton of other places to buy quality goods. thumb.gif

But this thread is supposed to be helpful for everyone so lets try to keep it that way. Everyone has different tastes and that is what makes this hobby fun.
post #10127 of 14342
Lutro, I wasn't trying to put you on the spot by saying your FAQ is scripture. Sorry about that.

@em_ht...... i'm not gonna go back and start Multi-Quoting cuz i don't wanna get that deep into it. But speaking as a person who constantly recommends LC to people for no other reason than trying to be helpful, there is nothing "commercial" about recommending places and products when you and every1 you've spoken with have had nothing but great experiences with them. I referenced the FAQ thread because of a comment you made about judging a crimper that hasn't been tested. And don't try put it on me about "friendly answer", you basically came outta nowhere and started trashing this thread and the people in it. I don't know what it is about the words Lutro and MDPC that bug you so much, but you can't expect to read through a thread dedicated to a niche like sleeving and not expect to see the highest recommended resellers in the community mentioned a ton of times.This threads for showing off your work, learning how to sleeve, and sharing what you've learned with people that haven't learned it yet. What tools to use and the best places to get them absolutely fall into that category. A sleeving thread on OCN is about as uncommercial as you can get.

Also, if you are who it seems like you are, i actually like your site. But it makes absolutely no sense to pick fights with people just to defend a crimper that you yourself sell a modified version of. If it's such a great crimper then why change anything about it?

/endrant

Sorry guys, just wanted to explain myself. Flaming and fighting on OCN isn't my norm
Edited by kpoeticg - 11/21/13 at 4:53pm
    
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post #10128 of 14342
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If you are still looking for some bigger heatshrink Harbor Freight sells some containers with various sizes for pretty cheap.

If I do re-sleeve my 24 pin cable, I'll probably use Lutro0's method. Not sure what's in store for the future yet. Thanks for the tip!
post #10129 of 14342
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Originally Posted by Pimphare View Post

If I do re-sleeve my 24 pin cable, I'll probably use Lutro0's method. Not sure what's in store for the future yet. Thanks for the tip!

IMO, If the area from your PSU --> Components is gonna be visible, it's better to splice the cables. If it's not gonna be visible, it's easier to just shorten the stock PSU cable and make extensions.


I think it was in this thread that some1 was asking about THESE connectors the other day. I came across em this morning b4 i went to sleep when i was browsing around moddiy. I've also seen em on most of the suppliers sites that the Molex site links you to. Just can be tough to find stuff like that sometimes. I know i noticed em when i was looking at different types of Panel Mount & Through Panel connectors to make like a Molex Extension Hub near my mobo (still haven't figured out how to pull it off yet)




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post #10130 of 14342
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IMO, If the area from your PSU --> Components is gonna be visible, it's better to splice the cables. If it's not gonna be visible, it's easier to just shorten the stock PSU cable and make extensions.


I think it was in this thread that some1 was asking about THESE connectors the other day. I came across em this morning b4 i went to sleep when i was browsing around moddiy. I've also seen em on most of the suppliers sites that the Molex site links you to. Just can be tough to find stuff like that sometimes. I know i noticed em when i was looking at different types of Panel Mount & Through Panel connectors to make like a Molex Extension Hub near my mobo (still haven't figured out how to pull it off yet)
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That's a very interesting power supply. I'm either going to make a custom psu cover or splice the double wires. You can't really see the 24 pin wires going into the psu because it plugs in the back underneath the motherboard. It's more of a conscience thing I guess. I want everything to flow nicely.

Here's a pic of my current setup.

I'm in no way a professional photographer nor do I have a good camera. eh-smiley.gif
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