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post #2931 of 14487
18awg wire + atx pins + sleeve = longer pcie harness'. took me about 7-8 hours total for all six lines. tg thermaltake made them modular.

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(old one is on the right, new one the left)
post #2932 of 14487
hey guys, sorry if this is a total noob question, but im going to order some wraps tomorrow and i was wondering for the psu to mobo each of those single wires and what not, should i order 1/4 or 1/8?
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post #2933 of 14487
1/8" if you're doing single wire sleeving.
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post #2934 of 14487
alrighty thanks a bunch
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post #2935 of 14487
you can stuff quite a few wires into 1/8" sleeve as it expands to a larger diameter (and shortens in length wink.gif). for my current psu, I doubled up on all the wires (except where three were needed), this is much cleaner looking imo and you end up using less sleeve and shrink. its a tad bit stiffer than individual sleeving but its not dramatic.
post #2936 of 14487
wow 7 hrs really?
post #2937 of 14487
ya 7 hours seems a bit much for what you have in the picture ...

It took me like 7-8 hours to sleeve my whole PSU
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post #2938 of 14487
3x 6pins + 3x 8pins. all new wires, new pins, and new connectors, new sleeve, new shrink. I thought this was going to be an easy job but when I took over an hour to do one it was a pretty long job. I took my time because I only had a few spare pins and didn't want to run out. so yeah, took me about 7-8 hours plus I was babysitting my 2 year old while mom was away christmas shopping. tg for disney movies or this would have been an all day ordeal. after a bit of practice using the crimping tool, I think I could have pulled this off in a few hours.
post #2939 of 14487
Did anybody buy the new Color-X on MDPC-x yet?
I'm ordering 20m tonight to finish up my usable computer...
The last PSU I sleeved ended up in an HTPC so nobody sees it frown.giffrown.gif
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post #2940 of 14487
Looking forward to your color-X review ;D
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