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Next step...SATA














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Originally Posted by Neo Zuko View Post

How does that work? How do you avoid it even when making your own? My first instinct would be to copy it as I would be afraid to make a wire that would mess up my power delivery.

By making your own cables it makes it a bit easier to customize the pinout. But honestly double wires are just time consuming. If you use the splice wire method it makes quick work of them.

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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

I will order the new ones from you soon. I will most likely need to get a pin removal tool also. Getting these cables the way I want the way I want them is about the last thing that needs to be done for my rig to be finished. Then I will tear it all down and do a build log.

Awesome! You will like them - I have used them in a bunch of builds now and I include them in all custom OEM jobs.
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Originally Posted by Elder View Post

Next step...SATA


Those will look great when done. Good idea!
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@Elder
Where can I find those sata comb things? Looks great!
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What size heatshrink do I use to slip over a sleeve and 3pin fan connector?

Also how do you sleeve a SATA cable? Does the sleeving slip over the connector? And what size heatshrink do you use for those?
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

What size heatshrink do I use to slip over a sleeve and 3pin fan connector?

Also how do you sleeve a SATA cable? Does the sleeving slip over the connector? And what size heatshrink do you use for those?

I use a 10mm length of the 6mm (MDPC-X small size) on the end next to each connector and then for the female end I add 17mm of 12mm (MDPC-X SATA size) heatshrink over the connector and the small heatshrink and for the male shielded connectors I use an additional 22mm of 12mm heatshrink.





There's a video guide to sleeving SATA data cables here. It should say in the video but 12mm or MDPC-X SATA heatshrink is best.
Edited by Big Elf - 2/26/14 at 10:17am
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Next step...SATA


A very neat solution, well done.
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post

A very neat solution, well done.

THX biggrin.gif
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@Elder
Where can I find those sata comb things? Looks great!


This is the prototype ... specialy for Akasa Pro Slim SATA.
Will be available for purchase in the Bit-Tech Store next week with what I know.
I got to test the sample.

Also received a new quad combs (molex & SATA):









Tomorrow I will mount and pics as it looks on the power cables molex and SATA.
I had arranged not only 24pin, 8pin, 6pin and also sata and molex ...
all cables that are visible.


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Very cool! Looking forward to this product! Thanks man
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That color combo is perfect which colors are those?

Mdpc red and black
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Originally Posted by Lutro0 View Post


By making your own cables it makes it a bit easier to customize the pinout. But honestly double wires are just time consuming. If you use the splice wire method it makes quick work of them.



Always like your videos Lutro0...very informative and even somewhat entertaining. thumb.gif
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