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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.
Very nice work! Do you have a pic of your sleeved dreaded double wire ATX connector pins? I am waiting on my mdpc sleeve, but once I get it my PSU's ATX has 3 double wire pins. I was planning on doing what you described (sleeving them both into one sleeve and just hoping they fit ) but was wondering what it would turn out looking like.
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Finally getting my tool to continue sleeving my x750, but I'm at work till later today..

For Sata cable what heatshrinks are you guys using?

Any suggestions when sleeving the front panel cables?
    
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Look what I got! Time to bring my build (linked in my sig below) down for a while to sleeve my psu, fan wires, and case wires. Wish me luck.

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Finally getting my tool to continue sleeving my x750, but I'm at work till later today..

For Sata cable what heatshrinks are you guys using?

Any suggestions when sleeving the front panel cables?
MDPC-X carries specific SATA sleeve and shrink. That's your best bet for it.

As far as font panel cables it depends on the look you are after. I grouped the power, reset, and led cables together into one single 1/2 sleeve. I liked having them all together like that as sleeving to me is as much about cable management as it is about style and looks. You can also use the regular single wire sleeve to do each cable set together (as in both wires of the power on in one, both reset switch wires in one, etc) if you prefer that look.

USB, Audio, Firewire, etc. should probably be semi individually sleeved using the USB sleeve from MDPC-X.
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post #3345 of 14329
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I sleeved my psu, one question. With the 8-pin power connection for the mobo (4-pin) Can I just unplug the other 4 wires I dont need to plug into the mobo? Heres a picture of what Im talking about.


Also, how will i go about checking the power of the cables? To make sure I plugged everything back in right before setting up my computer
Could someone help with my aboove question?
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Just use a multimeter ans see if the wires have correct voltages.
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True. the OP picture that has the 24pin layout seems old becase my psu has a few slots without a wire and some connections have 2 wires (think there were 4 like this?)
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Question - I just got my Sparkle 1000W PSU and some cables have resistors on them. How would one handle these types of issues when sleeving? Many of the resistors are located where they connect to the components and not where they plug into the PSU.
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Question - I just got my Sparkle 1000W PSU and some cables have resistors on them. How would one handle these types of issues when sleeving? Many of the resistors are located where they connect to the components and not where they plug into the PSU.
Those are designed to make the noise (electrical resonance noise, aka that squeeling noise some GPU"s have) from GPU's do to resonance lower or nonexistent.

You can leave them in place or take them off. I recommend leaving them as it's harder to re-attach them.
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post #3350 of 14329
Well I didn't want to remove them at all, but I was wondering if there would be any issues while pulling out the wires to sleeve them?

They are on pretty much every cable, but I was only going to do the 24 pin, 8 pin and pci-e cables. I think it would look ugly though and I shouldn't bother with it.
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