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Are the wires coloured Black and Yellow? If so can you indicate on the diagram which is which.

DO NOT plug this cable into the GPU again until the wiring has been sorted and tested. Use a PSU tester or Multi-Meter before doing so. It's likely the GPU has already been damaged so don't take any more chances.

Edit: If you want to know how to use a multi-meter to check just ask.
Edited by Big Elf - 2/17/14 at 10:41am
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I just have some info for any who might be interested, I have ordered a sleeved 24 pin cable to match my PCI-E cables and LED strips for under the edges of my motherboard from modDiy.com and it was a big mistake. I ordered them Jan 24th and still no word on if or when they are going to shipped.I understand the Chinese New Year thing but holy cow this is crazy. My step-son ordered a full set of cables from them 6 weeks a ago and they are lost and can't be found, they have offered to remake and reship them but that will take weeks for him to get them because they are shipped from China. Their cables are very nice and I needed to match but this has been a huge mistake. I do not recommend ever getting anything from them. They also can't be contacted except through Face-Book anymore, they used to have a phone# you could call to order and get info about an order but not now. This is no way to run a business IMHO and I will make it a mission to let as many people know that I can.


End of rant.
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Just a reminder about the Repository of Power Supply Pin Outs. I've noticed there's quite a few people who post regularly on here who've sleeved their PSU(s) but haven't posted a pin-out. It would be much appreciated if you could take the time to do so.

If you need any help with doing it send me a pm and I'll try to help.
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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

I just have some info for any who might be interested, I have ordered a sleeved 24 pin cable to match my PCI-E cables and LED strips for under the edges of my motherboard from modDiy.com and it was a big mistake. I ordered them Jan 24th and still no word on if or when they are going to shipped.I understand the Chinese New Year thing but holy cow this is crazy. My step-son ordered a full set of cables from them 6 weeks a ago and they are lost and can't be found, they have offered to remake and reship them but that will take weeks for him to get them because they are shipped from China. Their cables are very nice and I needed to match but this has been a huge mistake. I do not recommend ever getting anything from them. They also can't be contacted except through Face-Book anymore, they used to have a phone# you could call to order and get info about an order but not now. This is no way to run a business IMHO and I will make it a mission to let as many people know that I can.


End of rant.

From Jan 31st to Feb 9th, while we were busy ordering stuff off the ModDiy website in the happy assumption that it was all still in stock - in spite of the big red warning on every entry page that supplies couldn't be guaranteed until after the holiday - everybody in China was equally busy turning from a snake into a horse - or whatever it is they do at the New year.

There is now a great big red warning on every entry page about the thousand order backlog that it will take them the next 7 days to catch up with. I'm fairly certain they are getting on with this because I had 4 orders outstanding with them and three of them are now on their way. Luckily, the big, first order hasn't been completed yet, so I still have some planning time left.
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From Jan 31st to Feb 9th, while we were busy ordering stuff off the ModDiy website in the happy assumption that it was all still in stock - in spite of the big red warning on every entry page that supplies couldn't be guaranteed until after the holiday - everybody in China was equally busy turning from a snake into a horse - or whatever it is they do at the New year.

There is now a great big red warning on every entry page about the thousand order backlog that it will take them the next 7 days to catch up with. I'm fairly certain they are getting on with this because I had 4 orders outstanding with them and three of them are now on their way. Luckily, the big, first order hasn't been completed yet, so I still have some planning time left.

I read about the 7 days but it's been 9 days and still no word from them, they didn't even post the big red warning until after I complained on Facebook. It would have been nice to get a heads up as I don't keep up on Chinese holidays and had no idea that everyone in China takes 3 weeks off. Any further sleeving needs I have will be coming from Lutro0 Customs, I should have done that in the first place.
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post #10736 of 14314
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I understand the Chinese New Year thing but holy cow this is crazy.

I understand you are frustrated to have to wait, but sleeved cables are hand-made to order. Even someone very experienced would take several hours to do a full set. Depending how many orders they have, the lead time on production is going to be weeks even if it's not an incredibly busy period. Think it's probably good that they don't have a phone number any more, less interruptions means more time to deal with order backlog tongue.gif

You could also have had the sleeving done by someone locally, but paid two or three times the price.
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I understand you are frustrated to have to wait, but sleeved cables are hand-made to order. Even someone very experienced would take several hours to do a full set. Depending how many orders they have, the lead time on production is going to be weeks even if it's not an incredibly busy period. Think it's probably good that they don't have a phone number any more, less interruptions means more time to deal with order backlog tongue.gif

You could also have had the sleeving done by someone locally, but paid two or three times the price.

I understand all of that but I ordered on the 1st day of the Chinese New Year and only ordered 1 24-pin cable and a light strip. If the backlog started on that day mine should have been the one of the 1st to be filled. The 4 x PCI-E cables I got for X-Mas took 3 weeks including shipping and customs, these haven't even been shipped yet. You can't tell me that it should take them 2 weeks to get caught up the to 1st day of the Holiday when they said it would take 1 week to catch up the whole 1000 orders. I have dealt with companies from all over the world and never experienced anything like this.

I guess I am arguing about this too much but some plans should have been put in place for this and customers should have been warned.
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Haven't had much time to work on the build and waiting for sleeving to arrive. Was able to finished one of the Sata Power cables though.







Once the combs from Lutro0 get here, they'll finally be prefect smile.gif
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I decided to go with Lutro0 for my first sleeving job. I have no idea if its better than all the other brands, but I feel confident that they are better than anyone else here in the USA. Ordering from overseas is expensive in my experience. I even put in in my drop down rig list thumb.gif

Color is a tough choice, but black and red are my favorite colors, might add a dash of purple.

Question though, should I make my own PSU cables for my Corsair AX760i or sleeve the ones that came with it? Any hard do and do nots for a noob?
Edited by Neo Zuko - 2/18/14 at 7:20pm
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I decided to go with Lutro0 for my first sleeving job. I have no idea if its better than all the other brands, but I feel confident that they are better than anyone else here in the USA. Ordering from overseas is expensive in my experience. I even put in in my drop down rig list thumb.gif

Color is a tough choice, but black and red are my favorite colors, might add a dash of purple.

Question though, should I make my own PSU cables for my Corsair AX760i or sleeve the ones that came with it? Any hard do and do nots for a noob?

There are a bunch of independents that sleeve cables really well. UPC for one

And it's up to you, id make my own cables for the cleanest runs.

Do buy the proper tools, don't skimp. If it isn't perfect do it over
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