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Originally Posted by abirli View Post

sleeved a ax760 for a customer.

really bad psu to sleeve. the 24 pin is really bad. crossed wires, and 4 double wires. GPU and CPU are crossed as well but can be easily cleaned up

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Why don't people detangle ATX 24 pins cables that have crossed wires? Just make sure that the start and end wires are the same voltage? (5v > 5v, 12v > 12v, -12v > -12v, sensors, etc etc)
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Originally Posted by rootwyrm View Post

... holy crap. I meant hard like 'taxes the crap out of your muscles' because you have to be really careful with positioning AND hold it very hard while shrinking, and right up against the heat shrink. Plus you will have to stretch it both directions multiple times to get it to sit right. I didn't mean "rips your fingers to literal shreds."

The fingertip shredder is the PET and popping apart DuPont connectors. Somebody should invent a pin extractor for those things already. tongue.gif

Haha yea that was from a terminal slipping which cut me. Didn't really give it enough time to heal so it kinda half calloused over and subsequent sleeving wore the skin off. Not nearly as bad as it looked though. The muscle cramps were worse but that can be solved by just being mindful and not using the same grip.

Normal sleeving wont likely cause that picture. biggrin.gif
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post #11003 of 14345
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Originally Posted by amatthie View Post

Why don't people detangle ATX 24 pins cables that have crossed wires? Just make sure that the start and end wires are the same voltage? (5v > 5v, 12v > 12v, -12v > -12v, sensors, etc etc)

They will still cross. It can be cleaned up a little bit but still not optimal.
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post #11005 of 14345
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They will still cross. It can be cleaned up a little bit but still not optimal.

Yep. I posted this picture before, but here's my 24-pin. The left side goes to one connector and the right side to another, but the wire still cross. It isn't random though, there is some logic to it as you can see by the pattern at the other end. Basically they are flipped, the inside goes to the outside although it's probably different for every psu. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 
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Just curious, but you could have rotated that little SFX Silverstone psu 180-degrees, wouldn't that have solved the rotation behind the tray?
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Just curious, but you could have rotated that little SFX Silverstone psu 180-degrees, wouldn't that have solved the rotation behind the tray?

That rotation on the back of the tray looks like its the cables themselves, most PSU cables tend to criss cross over one another
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post #11008 of 14345
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That rotation on the back of the tray looks like its the cables themselves, most PSU cables tend to criss cross over one another

Some do, yes. But I own that psu, and they don't. smile.gif that's the only reason I mentioned it. There is only one split cable on them from silverstone, it's 24 pin on the psu side and 23 on the board side.
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Some do, yes. But I own that psu, and they don't. smile.gif that's the only reason I mentioned it. There is only one split cable on them from silverstone, it's 24 pin on the psu side and 23 on the board side.

All the silverstone striders have crisscrossing due to the fact that they are one-one pinouts, the 'front' and 'back' layers of cables switch places from one end to the other, if you look at the stock ribbon cables you will see that just before one end of the cable all of the cables switch sides of the connector

Also I have been trying my hand at some cable lacing biggrin.gif No idea how I am going to fit all of this sleeving into my case, I have already used over 60m of wire rolleyes.gif


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Nice work on the stitching Gardner thumb.gif Looks like you may need to redo the one closest to the connector in the bottom photo, but the rest look good. It'll get easier and easier with each stitch you do. The first on on my 24-pin took me almost ten minutes. By the time I was done stitch the 24-pin I was down to about 5 minutes.



Okay, now I need your guys' opinion. I really want to resleeve my PSU. The first time I sleeved them I only sleeved the first foot that would be seen near the motherboard. It was a real sloppy job. Now I want to redo them so the entire length of the wires are sleeved.

My problem is the color. I have an orange and black theme and am currently using MDPC-x sleeve but would rather not order from them again due to price. None the other orange sleeve currently available from Kobra, Techflex, Bitspower, etc, match the color or quality of MDPC. And Lutro0 doesn't have Orange Teleios available yet. I've tried PMing him and emailing through the site asking if he has any idea when it would be available but have gotten no response.

So I'm considering going with Paracord this time around. Who here has worked with both PET style sleeving and paracord and what are your opinions on both? I generally prefer the look of PET sleeve but really don't have anything against paracord, I've just never used it.

Also, is it possible to do heatshrink-less for paracord?
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