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Looks so good.

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Looks great. I like how it matches with your mobo.
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so i started working on sleeving my extensions today using FTW PC's parachord sleeving. Im not nearly as picky about the heatshrink as others i have seen are. I would have rather done without the heat shrink all together but i couldn't figure out how to do it well.

but here is a pic of one of my 8 pin extensions.

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Im obviously doing a black/yellow theme for my new build. im trying to decide what kind of pattern i want to use on the 24 pin.. the single stripe or multiple stripes of each color.

what do you guys think?
Really good job for a first timer. The heatshrink looks very even
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Some more recent work!

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post #5874 of 14437
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so i started working on sleeving my extensions today using FTW PC's parachord sleeving. Im not nearly as picky about the heatshrink as others i have seen are. I would have rather done without the heat shrink all together but i couldn't figure out how to do it well.
but here is a pic of one of my 8 pin extensions.
8eddafcc.jpg
Im obviously doing a black/yellow theme for my new build. im trying to decide what kind of pattern i want to use on the 24 pin.. the single stripe or multiple stripes of each color.
what do you guys think?

Looking good. As for a pattern, pick something fun that will compliment your main color ie: b,y,y,y,b,y,y,y,b,y,y,y or y,y,b,b,b,y,y,y,y,y,y,y, or y,y,b,y,b,y,b,y,y,y,y,y.
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Damn Lutro0 tell us your secret for sleeving without heatshrink :O That looks awesome.
    
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Damn Lutro0 tell us your secret for sleeving without heatshrink :O That looks awesome.

Hint: The secret for sleeving (MDPC and paracord) without heatshrink is using heatshrink and the plastic can be heated up (MDPC and paracord) to melt down point by lighter. Then you remove the heatshrink and enjoy the result.

I can not show up the pics because I want to support Lutro0' business. When the time comes, he will post the video guide for everyone.
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Damn Lutro0 tell us your secret for sleeving without heatshrink :O That looks awesome.

I appreciate the kind words!
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Hint: The secret for sleeving (MDPC and paracord) without heatshrink is using heatshrink and the plastic can be heated up (MDPC and paracord) to melt down point by lighter. Then you remove the heatshrink and enjoy the result.
I can not show up the pics because I want to support Lutro0' business. When the time comes, he will post the video guide for everyone.

You are right that I dont share it but if you watch my live streams its not hard to figure out. However, for those that want to try this method, what lidrager mentioned is a small part of the whole equation that makes these cables what they are. If its done wrong the sleeve wont hold, you will scruntch the sleeve, or you will end up with floppy cables. So please be advised that if you are wanting to try it to practice first.

When I am done selling them I will fully do a video guide and share the full method. thumb.gif

And thanks for the support Lid.

Also I got my new lightbox today decided to take a few pics.

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Edited by Lutro0 - 12/6/11 at 10:51pm
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So two thing happend. I resived my package and i got a new mod tool after the old one broke.

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First quick try, it looks better IRL than on the picture. smile.gif
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One thing tho. HOW DO YOU REMOVE FEMALE PCI PINS? I tryed evry Tutorial and guides but its not illustrated anywhere?
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Johnsen, The mdpc guide in my sig (sleeving video guide) Shows you how to remove the female pins, however if you mean the male extension pin, its the same exact way. Please watch the video as it will explain it in full detail.
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I received my Lamptron modding tool kit yesterday, the 4-pin fan tool is not made out of stainless steel! Look closely at the metal surface and you'll see that there is a coating of nickel on the 4-pin tool, if it were stainless steel it would not need any special coating hence stainless steel.
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