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My First sleeve job. Little rough around the edges but here she is:

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Got another project coming up once I make some money.
Gotta clean it out to take some proper photos, but what do yall think?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tlxxxsracer;12128526 
Could someone help with my aboove question? cool.gif

Use a multimeter to check voltages.
If your motherboard only has a 4pin CPU power, you can take out 4 wires from your 8 pin.
Maybe want to keep them around if you ever upgrade and need them later on.
Since your PSU is modular; if there's no load on the specific cable, it'll just treat it as a disconnected, would that be at the entrance of the PSU or at the end of the cable.
Quote:
Originally Posted by tlxxxsracer;12128785 
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?)

Really? Mine did have some double wires, I just put them in a single sleeve anyways, had more issues later because I had to re-crimp one, but that's something I hope you won't have to deal with.

The ATX 24-pin layout is universal, you may be missing some black wires (grounds) but you can't be missing other wires... all the motherboards and other power supplies use the same standard.
Quote:
Originally Posted by lifeskills;12129520 
My First sleeve job. Little rough around the edges but here she is:

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Got another project coming up once I make some money.
Gotta clean it out to take some proper photos, but what do yall think?

I wish I went for that look; light blue, white and black looks amazing smile.gif

Was it hard to punch in the power SATA cables, I tried and had so much trouble that I just gave up on it...
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Originally Posted by shnur;12130979 

Was it hard to punch in the power SATA cables, I tried and had so much trouble that I just gave up on it...

yeah, I kept slipping, so eventually I took a razorblade and cut a ring around the cable, then another as close as I could to the first. Then you can tear that middle piece out and clip the connection on with no resistance. You gotta be carfull not to strip the cable too much though, so you dont have bare wires sticking out
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Originally Posted by lifeskills;12131091 
yeah, I kept slipping, so eventually I took a razorblade and cut a ring around the cable, then another as close as I could to the first. Then you can tear that middle piece out and clip the connection on with no resistance. You gotta be carfull not to strip the cable too much though, so you dont have bare wires sticking out

Will try that next time; for this time, I just gave up and put everything back on standard holes.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by shnur;12131419 
Will try that next time; for this time, I just gave up and put everything back on standard holes.

Yea sleeving is really tedious. Theres a lot on my rig that I would do different now, but not going to go back and do it. Thanks for the rep
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Just spent 200$ on a sleeving + tools but I did the math and about 70-75$ of that is for tools and shipping was another 25$. I am only looking to do extensions for the time being (I want to make sure I have enough) but will probably grab more in the future if I decide to do the whole PSU (I spent a good amount on this PSU, not keen on voiding the warranty).

Also I figure if I sleeve a few people's pc's I could probably pay for what I bought pretty quickly.
post #3357 of 14272
Just got done sleeving my external rad's fan wires. It was my 1st sleeving job to get me ready for the PSU and case wires. I have to work all week, but this weekend is wide open for some PSU sleeving. cheers.gif

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Quote:
Originally Posted by PulkPull;12122239 
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 biggrin.gif) but was wondering what it would turn out looking like. cheers.gif

You know... I forgot to take a picture of that before I sent off the cables, but I had one that did show it. I also included a diagram to show the two ways I have dealt with the double wire.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lutro0;12134231 
You know... I forgot to take a picture of that before I sent off the cables, but I had one that did show it. I also included a diagram to show the two ways I have dealt with the double wire.

Kinda looks like a 4yr old with a crayon lol >.<</div>

Nice, Sure Looks noticeable though frown.gif , I was going to get a X650 but its a no go now wink.gif

Awesome Job anyway smile.gif

Cheers - Jason biggrin.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mijason4;12134296 
Nice, Sure Looks noticeable though frown.gif , I was going to get a X650 but its a no go now wink.gif

Awesome Job anyway smile.gif

Cheers - Jason biggrin.gif

The unfortunate part is most powersupplies have at least one of those double cords, the only way to get around it is to sleeve extentions, You could always do the split further up to have it hidden in the back of the case as well.

The Seasonic X series on the other hand has at least 6 or more of those double wires =X
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