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post #10621 of 14577
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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

Noiseblocker supplies two extensions with each fan. One is 20cm and one is 30cm, and can be joined to make 50cm. They are both sleeved to a decent quality, with the male end being the unshielded type, so not bulky at all.

That is the coolest thing ever, why aren't all fans done like this?
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post #10622 of 14577
Yes, I see it's a feature on their whole, top BlackSilentPro line - and they use the soldered on male connectors in their extension cables - and there's enough play on their connectors to facilitate your cable routing - and they fully implement the functionality of making fans independent of their cabling.

However, from the sleeving point of view - designing visible hookup wire out of your rig and looping cables into sockets &etc. - which is surely what sleeving up to the hub is all a part of, NoiseBlockers are only halfway to a solution.
post #10623 of 14577
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NoiseBlockers are only halfway to a solution.

Of course, it's only intended to be the solution for people who aren't sleeving themselves: variable length pre-sleeved cables.

Nevertheless, I understand your suggestion. It would be ideal if all fans would have a socket with male fan pins. So that everyone can just plug in a cable on the fan end just as they do on the motherboard end. Then fan companies can supply a simple male/male wire, and modders can make their own custom-length sleeved ones with just a crimper and no need for soldering.
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post #10624 of 14577
That's the spirit! Then instead of just the boring old ATX/PCIE/EPS standards we can have yards of fan cabling snaking all over the place and looping into the motherboard and fan controllers from all directions. And Lutro0 can make another video to show the podgy fingered how to do heatshrinkless sleeving with all that multi-color, teeny weeny, 1.6mm braiding!
post #10625 of 14577
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Figure out what motherboard you are going to use and match the color that way. 2cents.gif
well its a mostly black mobo with only 2 gold inscriptions so i ws thinking of a dark grey/white/blue color scheme
post #10626 of 14577
It's always worth checking out Lutro0s gallery to rip off borrow ideas
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post #10627 of 14577
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post

It's always worth checking out Lutro0s gallery to rip off borrow ideas
XD i saw a scheme tht i could use there
post #10628 of 14577
You could also use the ChooseMyPC sleeving prototyper. It lets you pick the color of each individual wire to get an idea of what different colors and configurations would look like
post #10629 of 14577
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Originally Posted by morencyam View Post

You could also use the ChooseMyPC sleeving prototyper. It lets you pick the color of each individual wire to get an idea of what different colors and configurations would look like
thank you ill try to find an color scheme to my liking biggrin.gif
post #10630 of 14577
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You could also use the ChooseMyPC sleeving prototyper. It lets you pick the color of each individual wire to get an idea of what different colors and configurations would look like

Nice find, I'm sure a lot of people here will put it to good use.
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