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post #11031 of 14345
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Originally Posted by charliebrown View Post

ok so im doing my 6+2 and i pull a little to hared and the wire came out and the pin is stuck inside any have any idea how to get it out

at this point im bout to buy some wire and pins plus a crimper and do it myself i hate trying to take those atx pins out

Lutro0 Customs also sells a stuck pin remover that works wonders, but if you look for the parts locally you can just make one as well
post #11032 of 14345
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Originally Posted by abirli View Post

does any one know the name of these connectors and pins? this is for and led power. picture (Click to show)
think its the same ones on the gpu leds

My first thought was cathode connectors, but then I read GPU and I found these for ya: http://www.moddiy.com/products/Graphics-Card-VGA-Socket-Mini-Female-PH-Connector-%282.0mm%29.html http://www.moddiy.com/products/Graphics-Card-VGA-Socket-Mini-Male-Housing-PH-Connector-%282.0mm%29.html
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Looks like cathode connectors to me, could be gpu fan connectors tho

    
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Looks like cathode connectors to me, could be gpu fan connectors tho

Nope, those are JST-XH's. I can spot 'em at ten feet. Cathode connectors have a larger box due to the high voltages involved. When I say "JST-XH" I'm referring to the type/style, not a specific use case. I know 'em because they're often used in RC stuff as well - they're just a general purpose low voltage friction locking connector.
GPU fans are usually latch type rather than friction type, since vibrations can work friction lock connectors loose over time. Mind, I've seen plenty of manufacturers cheap out there to try and improve margins when they get squeezed.

I also though they might be PH, but they are not. Note that the locking assembly is on the female end and comprised of two stubs. The PH series is a locking tab on the outer edge of the body with the female end's ridges used for centering the connector.

Here's some links so you can see the difference more clearly:
XH - http://www.phoenix-rc.com/images/products/CellPro-JST-XH-2s.jpg
PH - http://mfc200804.ocnk.net/data/mfc200804/product/20120818_6dcd50.JPG
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How much sleeving does a 1200i psu need for all cables? (In meters please smile.gif )
post #11036 of 14345
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How much sleeving does a 1200i psu need for all cables? (In meters please smile.gif )

Please read the OP, it tells you how to figure it out. smile.gif
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How much sleeving does a 1200i psu need for all cables? (In meters please smile.gif )
Measure the length of each cable then multiply that by the number of wires. If your 1200i is the same as my AX850, the 24-pin is 600mm, which is about 15m just for the 24-pin. Then just do the same math for 8-pin and GPU cables. Look up your PSU on Jonny Guru, he puts the lengths of all the cables in his reviews
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Measure the length of each cable then multiply that by the number of wires. If your 1200i is the same as my AX850, the 24-pin is 600mm, which is about 15m just for the 24-pin. Then just do the same math for 8-pin and GPU cables. Look up your PSU on Jonny Guru, he puts the lengths of all the cables in his reviews
I calculated based on the spec sheet from Corsair, and found out the cables are 72,80m Long. So 100m should do it for fans and cables aye?
post #11039 of 14345
I'm looking to redo my psu since I'm adding carbon fiber to my pic's interior and my last sleeve job is kind of all over the place and this is what I've come up with for the 24-pin and two PCI connectors. Gonna use Lutro0 stealth combs and the PCI's will be bundled together with a 12-pin comb and then split to either gpu since my 660's only use one PCI power plug each.

I will be using all Lutro0 paracord again and redoing my connectors in black since they are factory white.
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post #11040 of 14345
actually they might be the vga pins
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Nope, those are JST-XH's. I can spot 'em at ten feet. Cathode connectors have a larger box due to the high voltages involved. When I say "JST-XH" I'm referring to the type/style, not a specific use case. I know 'em because they're often used in RC stuff as well - they're just a general purpose low voltage friction locking connector.
GPU fans are usually latch type rather than friction type, since vibrations can work friction lock connectors loose over time. Mind, I've seen plenty of manufacturers cheap out there to try and improve margins when they get squeezed.

I also though they might be PH, but they are not. Note that the locking assembly is on the female end and comprised of two stubs. The PH series is a locking tab on the outer edge of the body with the female end's ridges used for centering the connector.

Here's some links so you can see the difference more clearly:
XH - http://www.phoenix-rc.com/images/products/CellPro-JST-XH-2s.jpg
PH - http://mfc200804.ocnk.net/data/mfc200804/product/20120818_6dcd50.JPG

alright i'm getting closer! i think you're right about the JSTs, thats what i came across first. i cant tell the difference between the vga ones tho.

i found this which i think is what i'm looking for. now just got to find domestic sources for the jst-ph2 connector and pins
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