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I did. Used 1/4" Kobra from KoolerTek for them.
I'm using MDPC stuff exclusively; that would be the SATA sleeving I guess?
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Sorry if that’s too many >.< Worked on my photo taking a tad.
You will notice the hs up the sleeve a tad, I found that to be the best way (at least that I know of) to handle the double wires, Because if you have ever tried to stuff a 2 sleeved wires into one atx slot, well it doesn’t work out all that great. It isn’t perfect but it works.
Edited by Lutro0 - 1/23/11 at 9:52pm
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Sorry if that’s too many >.< Worked on my photo taking a tad.
You will notice the hs up the sleeve a tad, I found that to be the best way (at least that I know of) to handle the double wires, Because if you have ever tried to stuff a 2 sleeved wires into one atx slot, well it doesn’t work out all that great. It isn’t perfect but it works.
Nice Lutro0

I think you need to stretch the MDPC-X Sleeve some more. It looks a bit bulky.

Just my 2 cents.

Cheers - Jason
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post #3334 of 14266
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Nice Lutro0

I think you need to stretch the MDPC-X Sleeve some more. It looks a bit bulky.

Just my 2 cents.

Cheers - Jason
The ones that look fat are the dreaded double wired ones , but I agree stretching is fully important. Thanks man!
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The ones that look fat are the dreaded double wired ones , but I agree stretching is fully important. Thanks man!
I cut my Double Wires off near the PSU and Solder them onto a slightly thicker single wire. Seems to be ok for me, No Problems so far

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I cut my Double Wires off near the PSU and Solder them onto a slightly thicker single wire. Seems to be ok for me, No Problems so far

Cheers - Jason
That would absolutely clean up the atx ends. It would be nice if there wasn’t any in the first place. =P
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That would absolutely clean up the atx ends. It would be nice if there wasn’t any in the first place. =P
Hey Lutro0 ,

Do all ATX 24pin Connectors come with the 2 Wire - 1 Crimp thingy?

Or is it just my annoying NON-modular EA650!!!

Cheers - Jason.
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Hey Lutro0 ,

Do all ATX 24pin Connectors come with the 2 Wire - 1 Crimp thingy?

Or is it just my annoying NON-modular EA650!!!

Cheers - Jason.
From what I have experienced anything that is not a extension is likely to have at least one... =(

In fact the Seasonic x-750 im working on right now... oh man, the 24 pin is a nightmare. Its fully modular, on one side your normal atx 24 pin layout and on the other they grouped them all by voltage and such. LOL
Edited by Lutro0 - 1/23/11 at 10:33pm
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I cut my Double Wires off near the PSU and Solder them onto a slightly thicker single wire. Seems to be ok for me, No Problems so far

Cheers - Jason
If you substitute a large enough wire it should work okay. You would need to go several gauges larger though. If you only go a single gauge it wouldn't be able to carry enough current to handle the load. If the PSU uses 18 gauge wires you would need to replace 2 with a single 14 or 12 gauge wire to have the same capacity. If it uses 16 gauge wires you would need to replace 2 with a single 11 gauge wire which is uncommon so you would need to go with 10 gauge.

One of the problems with a lot of lower quality PSU's is the use of wire that is too small of a gauge to handle the amount of current causing the wires to melt and possibly catch fire.
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Like the water cooling thread this thread may make me spend some more money I don't have lol. I'll be measuring cables tomorrow
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