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Originally Posted by Gunfire;15390659 
HOLY CRAP!

Resize your images dude

Sorry about that didn't notice the new iPhone shoots that high! With 24 down and 6 up I don't notice file size anymore!
   
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post #5662 of 14265
I'll add mine.

FTWpc Paracord

http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-work-logs/1136835-lian-li-first-knight-goes-green.html

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post #5663 of 14265
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86;15394018 
I'll add mine.

FTWpc Paracord

http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-work-logs/1136835-lian-li-first-knight-goes-green.html

cable5.JPG

I love the mint theme.

Just my $0.02
post #5664 of 14265
I'm tackling a sleeve job on my PC (along with some other mods) but am a bit confused as to what to do with the 24pin. Three of the wires leading into the motherboard plug have smaller wires (that travel the entire length of the PSU cable) to the pins.

I've got some slightly larger sleeve than the single-wire size I've been using for the other cables, and since it's white to the normal black it would look better than the standard all-black bunch o' wires. Is it a good idea to go ahead and use the larger sleeve, and perhaps use some smaller diameter shrink that I stretch a bit? This would leave a thinner shrink wall around the two wires.

Pretty sure I can't just remove that extra wire, unfortunately frown.gif

(Corsair HX750)
post #5665 of 14265
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Originally Posted by flawlesssoul;15397961 
I'm tackling a sleeve job on my PC (along with some other mods) but am a bit confused as to what to do with the 24pin. Three of the wires leading into the motherboard plug have smaller wires (that travel the entire length of the PSU cable) to the pins.

I've got some slightly larger sleeve than the single-wire size I've been using for the other cables, and since it's white to the normal black it would look better than the standard all-black bunch o' wires. Is it a good idea to go ahead and use the larger sleeve, and perhaps use some smaller diameter shrink that I stretch a bit? This would leave a thinner shrink wall around the two wires.

Pretty sure I can't just remove that extra wire, unfortunately frown.gif

(Corsair HX750)

Just covered this a page back buddy.

Check out this post: http://www.overclock.net/other-hardware-mods/662039-cable-sleeving-gallery-discussion-566.html#post15392016

If you have any questions please feel free to PM me. thumb.gif
post #5666 of 14265
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Originally Posted by Lutro0;15397985 
Just covered this a page back buddy.

Check out this post: http://www.overclock.net/other-hardware-mods/662039-cable-sleeving-gallery-discussion-566.html#post15392016

If you have any questions please feel free to PM me. thumb.gif

Thanks for the reply. It's similar, but since the HX750 isn't fully modular, that wire goes all the way to the PCB.

Since I'm not sleeving all the way (I like a single chunky cable coming from the PSU, out behind the motherboard tray, and then split before it goes out in front again) what I'll do is splice that smaller wire into the main one closer to the PSU, and heatshrink it just before the seperate sleeves. I'm keeping the original sleeve on for that last chunky bit, but since it's hidden it won't matter!

Now to see if pulling those chokes off my PCI-E cables will have any negative effect, or figure out how to sleeve with them. Guess I could put them back on after sleeving...
Edited by flawlesssoul - 10/21/11 at 2:06pm
post #5667 of 14265
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Originally Posted by flawlesssoul;15398386 
Thanks for the reply. It's similar, but since the HX750 isn't fully modular, that wire goes all the way to the PCB.

Since I'm not sleeving all the way (I like a single chunky cable coming from the PSU, out behind the motherboard tray, and then split before it goes out in front again) what I'll do is splice that smaller wire into the main one closer to the PSU, and heatshrink it just before the seperate sleeves. I'm keeping the original sleeve on for that last chunky bit, but since it's hidden it won't matter!

Now to see if pulling those chokes off my PCI-E cables will have any negative effect, or figure out how to sleeve with them. Guess I could put them back on after sleeving...

From what I have read the Ferrite Beads (round metal ring) can be removed, but the cables with the caps soldered in should be left on. But that would be a question for one of our local PSU nerds. tongue.gif
post #5668 of 14265
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Originally Posted by Lutro0;15398582 
From what I have read the Ferrite Beads (round metal ring) can be removed, but the cables with the caps soldered in should be left on. But that would be a question for one of our local PSU nerds. tongue.gif
You've got it correct there.

The only down side to removing a ferrite bead is you may have added EMI to your system which may cause issues with sound cards.
Though; I've not personally experienced this.
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post #5669 of 14265
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot;15398720 
You've got it correct there.

The only down side to removing a ferrite bead is you may have added EMI to your system which may cause issues with sound cards.
Though; I've not personally experienced this.

And there ya have it. Thanks Tator. wink.gif
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Thanks chaps smile.gif
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