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Actually did something similar to this over the weekend. My first time sleeving cable's at all. I did the heatshrinkless method with 16GA wire and MDPC-x Diamond/TItanium Grey. I've got the pictures hosted on Imgur.

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That's a pretty good job!!! You really can't go wrong with their reds and greys wink.gif all the combinations just look so wonderful
     
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Personally I think mainframes pet cable is good for power supply but I would only use it in a higher in build because of cost but honestly I prefer using paracord and using Mainframe custom 16 gauge wire it's perfect it's the same size as a normal 18 gauge wire they did it by lessening the outer insulation but it makes it far easier to train I also love there paracord they have, now that being said I would definitely use mdpc for all other purposes as in fan sleeving and things like that, I have 50ft of the shade 19 and I'm patiently waiting for the new arrival of there carbon...its a mixture of there platinum and shade 19 if im not mistaken, I'm assuming it will look similar to mainframes
These are what I have most of right here but I'm going to be ordering some of all of those colors for future sleeves
Plus have 100ft of black
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I used both Teleios & MDPC-X. MDPC-X is so much easier to work with. Teleios is tighter sleeving, I had a few issues threading the wire through it.

MDPC-X - PSU Cables & Front Panel.
DarkSide - Fan & USB.
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My First attempt at a PWM fan cable. I think it turned out pretty good.
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My First attempt at a PWM fan cable. I think it turned out pretty good.

As long as it works, I would say you are right. thumb.gif
     
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short extension for a quick re-build - Paragon -

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As long as it works, I would say you are right. thumb.gif

It works. It just a pain keep having to buy some much different type of wire for different connection.

USB 2.0 - 26 AWG
PWM Fans - 22 AWG
PSU ATX - 16 AWG
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It works. It just a pain keep having to buy some much different type of wire for different connection.

USB 2.0 - 26 AWG
PWM Fans - 22 AWG
PSU ATX - 16 AWG

Not for me really i just use a special 16awg cable from ensourced, thats the size of 18awg just a little light on the insulation which makes it perfect for what i need it for and you get 16awg in a 18awg size smile.gif and then i have 22awg for power wire and for just a few things like LEDs, Aquaero ect. and the rest i run in 24awg unless i have to crimp more than one wire inside the connector....i try to just use the same size if i can unless i absolutely have to use a different size it really just depends on what you are wanting to run though because its all about the amps that the cable can handle.
Cable is so cheap really that its not so bad having 3-5 different sizes really, and the cord is soooo much cheaper too, like i said previously i like the paracord for my main PSU cables and everything else i use MDPC-X, although i will sometimes use the teleios for PSU because it is a tighter weave and with that special made 16awg wire with a sleeving threader it makes life so much easier especially when having to sleeve a lot of cables but i want my system to look amazing, right down to the finest cable smile.gif
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Not for me really i just use a special 16awg cable from ensourced, thats the size of 18awg just a little light on the insulation which makes it perfect for what i need it for and you get 16awg in a 18awg size smile.gif and then i have 22awg for power wire and for just a few things like LEDs, Aquaero ect. and the rest i run in 24awg unless i have to crimp more than one wire inside the connector....i try to just use the same size if i can unless i absolutely have to use a different size it really just depends on what you are wanting to run though because its all about the amps that the cable can handle.
Cable is so cheap really that its not so bad having 3-5 different sizes really, and the cord is soooo much cheaper too, like i said previously i like the paracord for my main PSU cables and everything else i use MDPC-X, although i will sometimes use the teleios for PSU because it is a tighter weave and with that special made 16awg wire with a sleeving threader it makes life so much easier especially when having to sleeve a lot of cables but i want my system to look amazing, right down to the finest cable smile.gif

Ensourced overcharges for their items, Some of their connectors are double the price. Second their cable is White. Lastly some of the connectors I have requires the smaller Wiring due to size of the connector holes. Mainly the Dupont terminals.
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I've resleeved a 24pin in the past but that was easy just remove pin, sleeve put back in done. I'm now attempting to build my cables from scratch. I did a test extension with some MDPC-X and with a male and female PCIE connectors now that worked out great. Question is the PCIE doesnt seem to be the correct connector on the psu itself. so is it suppose to be EPS Female that goes into the PSU on a Corsair 860i? and a PCIE female for the GPU? Ive looked all over i can find pinouts for the 24 but nothing on which connectors are needed for which part? do i just need to reuse the connectors off the cables im not going to be using anymore. i hope not i kind of wanted to do a complete from scratch on my cables. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Ill be buying it all from MOD-ONE
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