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post #13721 of 13977
do you not have a wire you can dismantle to get the pin out for it?
post #13722 of 13977
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Originally Posted by Craigk19 View Post

do you not have a wire you can dismantle to get the pin out for it?

No, Theirs no six pcie in any of my PSU boxes. The only one I have is the 6+2 version. I can't really see how it's wired since their sleeved & heatshrink is basically superglue to the wires.
post #13723 of 13977

The nine 8pin VGA outlets on that PSU have the same SQU-RND-RND-RND configuration as a GPU/PCIE and none of them doubles as an EPS outlet, so it would be perverse for the wires not to be 1x1.

 

If that is the case, looking at the outlets with the PSU fan on the bottom and the lug of each outlet below the pins, the wires, left to right, top to bottom, would be 12V-12V-12V-Grd/Grd-Grd-Grd-Grd, so the PSU end of a 6pin GPU cable would be 12V-12V-12V-Nil/Grd-Grd-Grd-Nil.

 

If your EPS cable for that PSU is 1x1, with the wire arrangement above the lug Grd-Grd-Grd-Grd/12V-12V-12V-12V - seeing as the CPUZ outlets have the SQU-RND-RND-SQU configuration of an EPS motherboard socket - that would be an even stronger indication that this was so.

 

If you have a PSU tester - which anyone building a cable set ought to have - you could make up a 1x1 6pin cable and test it.

 

If you have a multimeter it would be enough to confirm the arrangement by testing your 6+2 cable.


Edited by Himo5 - 4/27/17 at 4:21pm
post #13724 of 13977
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Originally Posted by Himo5 View Post

The nine 8pin VGA outlets on that PSU have the same SQU-RND-RND-RND configuration as a GPU/PCIE and none of them doubles as an EPS outlet, so it would be perverse for the wires not to be 1x1.

If that is the case, looking at the outlets with the PSU fan on the bottom and the lug of each outlet below the pins, the wires, left to right, top to bottom, would be 12V-12V-12V-Grd/Grd-Grd-Grd-Grd, so the PSU end of a 6pin GPU cable would be 12V-12V-12V-Nil/Grd-Grd-Grd-Nil.

If your EPS cable for that PSU is 1x1, with the wire arrangement above the lug Grd-Grd-Grd-Grd/12V-12V-12V-12V - seeing as the CPUZ outlets have the SQU-RND-RND-SQU configuration of an EPS motherboard socket - that would be an even stronger indication that this was so.

If you have a PSU tester - which anyone building a cable set ought to have - you could make up a 1x1 6pin cable and test it.

If you have a multimeter it would be enough to confirm the arrangement by testing your 6+2 cable.

I have a older cable from CableMod for P2 series. I'll just use that as a reference(removing the +2 connector & wire). Also icemodz has been helping me. They said none of EVGA GPU cables use double crimp wires. The only cable that uses double crimp wiring is the main ATX cable.
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Heatshrink seem a bit thick, This was just a test before I start my Sata & Molex cables. I have much smaller glue versions of heatshrink.
post #13726 of 13977
If anyone needs sleeving supplies Mod-One is currently have a 15% of their entire store until May 7th.
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If anyone needs sleeving supplies Mod-One is currently have a 15% of their entire store until May 7th.

Was planning on ordering a batch from Icemodz soon so I appreciate you sharing this. I'll have to check if the international shipping is as lucrative for me though, but I will definitely consider buying from here now.
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Spent $100 bucks even after the 15% discount and just realized I forgot the heatshrink.....
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So it's been a good long while since I did my own custom sleeving. Last PSU I had was an older Silverstone Srider 850W which of course had double wires. Just got a new EVGA P2 850W for the new build and it too has double wires (obviously). I was just wondering, has there been any new techniques when it comes to double wires? Mind you, I won't be using extensions as I prefer to make my own wires from scratch that are cut to length. I used the Y-split method before and don't mind doing it again, but I had thought I saw some wire sleeving galleries where a very short bare wire was cross linked to an adjacent terminal or something to that extent. Suffice to say, any new techniques?
post #13730 of 13977
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Originally Posted by Jinto View Post

So it's been a good long while since I did my own custom sleeving. Last PSU I had was an older Silverstone Srider 850W which of course had double wires. Just got a new EVGA P2 850W for the new build and it too has double wires (obviously). I was just wondering, has there been any new techniques when it comes to double wires? Mind you, I won't be using extensions as I prefer to make my own wires from scratch that are cut to length. I used the Y-split method before and don't mind doing it again, but I had thought I saw some wire sleeving galleries where a very short bare wire was cross linked to an adjacent terminal or something to that extent. Suffice to say, any new techniques?

Any of the double wires on the Silverstone PSUs you can just get rid of. If you are going to be crimping your own wires then you can just do a 1:1 of all the cables.
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