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post #51 of 14278
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Originally Posted by Mikecdm View Post
One of the few things that I've sleeved.

Nice, really helps the look of that adapter +rep
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post #52 of 14278
heres some of my stuffz i did back in the day

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Cool stuff guys. Wish I had the patience.
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I'm thinking of taking the plunge and sleeving my PSU cables, what size sleeve would I need? If it matters I'm using a Rosewill PSU.
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post #55 of 14278
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Originally Posted by Zombies8myBrain View Post
I'm thinking of taking the plunge and sleeving my PSU cables, what size sleeve would I need? If it matters I'm using a Rosewill PSU.
To be honest, it might not be worth sleeving a cheap PSU like a rosewill, but if you do decide to, or you get a better psu:

1/8" will be good for bundling 1 to 4 cables into one. If you want to sleeve larger bundles, 1/4" and 1/2" will be good. If you don't want to spend too much bundling large amounts will be cheaper but won't look as classy. Depending on your budget, either purchase "Clean Cut" from FurryLetters' eBay store or anything off of MDPC-X (more expensive)

Make sure to take pictures for us.
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I hope none of you take offense to this, but take this as constructive criticism. Most of the sleeving jobs I have seen in this thread made me die a little bit inside, and shudder. A lot of the pieces of heatshrink are un even in length and coverage in most of the 24pin mobo connectors, mostly the first pictures nafljhy posted, and lots of others. Member rvmwls did a very good job on his.

Allow me to explain with pictures. I suggest when sleeving the 24 pin and 8 pin - 6 pin to make all the pieces of heat shrink the same length and cover the same length of sleeve. Here are some pictures of my sleeving to explain:



Notice how even all the lengths are and how uniform it looks. Those pieces of heatshrink are about 5/8 long. Here are more






And now my 24 pin connector
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The Truth is in the details.

Nice work there, 88.
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Originally Posted by 88EVGAFTW View Post
I hope none of you take offense to this, but take this as constructive criticism. Most of the sleeving jobs I have seen in this thread made me die a little bit inside, and shudder. A lot of the pieces of heatshrink are un even in length and coverage in most of the 24pin mobo connectors, mostly the first pictures nafljhy posted, and lots of others. Member rvmwls did a very good job on his.
couldnt agree more! it was my first shot at sleeving but i think for the most part its even. in my pics i didnt move the sleeves down all the way so some appear uneven but actually arent
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Here is an example of some very fine sleeving work. notice how the heat shrinks look uniform and the 24 pin is pretty even for most part. Pretty symmetrical if an axis was put between every wire.

http://www.overclock.net/other-hardw...ml#post8377091

And an almost perfect 24 pin connector
http://www.overclock.net/other-hardw...ml#post8376955
Edited by 88EVGAFTW - 2/9/10 at 5:31pm
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i definitely know where you are coming from 88. it still bugs me that brassie has some unevenness in its sleeving. in compensation, it has built up my experience working with mulitfilament nylon. so quantum's sleeving is much much nicer. unfortunately, i won't be posting its pictures here until the build is finished.

EDIT: and when my name was mentioned, did you mean that my sleeving was that uneven?
Edited by nafljhy - 2/9/10 at 5:40pm
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