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Originally Posted by Neokolzia View Post
is there a reason why most people are sleeving with the small sleeve rather then bunching the wires into 1 larger sleeve.

Also when De-pinning say a ATX cable how do you remember which cable is which?
Go here 24 Pin ATX pinout and scroll down the page a little bit and you will see a chart that shows you the pinout.
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post #42 of 14136
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Originally Posted by Neokolzia View Post
is there a reason why most people are sleeving with the small sleeve rather then bunching the wires into 1 larger sleeve.

Also when De-pinning say a ATX cable how do you remember which cable is which?
I did my ATX cable one wire at a time so I didn't mess up

Some people mark each cable and were it was taken from with a bit of masking tape and write a number on though..

I did each cable individualy since I wanted a black/red theme but I think it just looks generaly better than all of them being bunched up in one sleeve
post #43 of 14136
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Damn nafljhy, your sleeving looks so fuzzy and inviting...

See how the individual sleeving lays flat on the back of the motherboard plate? (with help from what looks like tape or mounting brackets). If you were to bundle them all up into a bunch you would not be able to fit the cable between the Mobo Plate and the side of the case. Not to mention the abilitiy to take tighten corners.
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post #44 of 14136
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See how the individual sleeving lays flat on the back of the motherboard plate? (with help from what looks like tape or mounting brackets). If you were to bundle them all up into a bunch you would not be able to fit the cable between the Mobo Plate and the side of the case. Not to mention the abilitiy to take tighten corners.
this is the exact reason im thinking of having someone do my HX650 up nice for me
    
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post #45 of 14136
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See how the individual sleeving lays flat on the back of the motherboard plate? (with help from what looks like tape or mounting brackets). If you were to bundle them all up into a bunch you would not be able to fit the cable between the Mobo Plate and the side of the case. Not to mention the abilitiy to take tighten corners.
are you just mentioning the benefits of sleeving cables individually?

slda! do it yourself! you'll feel damn proud at the end.
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post #46 of 14136
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Hey guys,

when you remove the pcie pins from the head, must i put them back in the original position? OR i can just simply put them in new positions?

(I know that for atx, they HAVE colours on the cable to identify which positions)
Generally, it doesnt matter as long as the same colour goes in the same place. Sometimes, however, the yellow 12v may be on different rails, so it is always a good idea to put them back in the same place. You can get around this by only removing one at a time, then putting it back.

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Could you sleeve a Corsair 850HX without voiding the warranty since it is only semi Modular? ATX, 8pin, and 2x 2+6 Pins
Yes, corsair have officially said sleeving their psu's does not void the warranty as long as you don't open up the psu.

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Originally Posted by Neokolzia View Post
is there a reason why most people are sleeving with the small sleeve rather then bunching the wires into 1 larger sleeve.

Also when De-pinning say a ATX cable how do you remember which cable is which?
1 larger sleeve looks worse (you can see through the sleeve) and it will never stay covering all the cables.

I don't remember, i only remove one at a time. Some people label them.

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Single sleeving allows you to manipulate the wires better for fit and function. Its easier to "get flat" with many wires than it is with one big bunch.
Actually i find single sleeving makes it much worse to manipulate, although i agree it is easier to get it flat.
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I’m so jealous!
This!! :swearing:
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post #48 of 14136
Ah ok, And for that I guess just unplug 1 ATX then Sleeve and plug back in?

Or is there a teq to do all of the Repinning?
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post #49 of 14136
Just unplug one using a pin-remover tool, sleeve it, then plug it back in. If you are making them alot longer aswell as sleeving, i like to buy a new 24-pin plug for a few pennies and then do the same thing but plug them into the new plug.
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Finally finished sleeving my 24-pin on my "new" 650tx. I bundled 4 wires together in 1/8" black clean cut sleeving with 1/4" adhesive lined heatshrink. My fingers are absolutely killing me after using about 30 staples, and somehow managed to cut my tongue. I used about 10 feet of the 100 I bought, so I feel obligated to finish the rest of the PSU at a later date, but unsure how the wires will fit outside the opening in the psu.

It does seem kind of silly to focus on the tiniest of details in a black case that doesn't get much light, especially with black sleeving

I would do it again though! Hope to get pics up in a day or two, been really busy lately.
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