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post #6021 of 14275
Well as some of you know I have been in debilitating back pain and am just waiting for a back surgery at the end of Feb and because of that I have not been posting much photos as the most simple of things take a long time to get done, but here is some of my last two orders!

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thumb.gif to mingqi53 & ramkatral!
post #6022 of 14275
so whats a ball park on a sleeve job on an TX850w all cables except molex 4 pin rails? i for see pain in my future with jig or confidence and possibly some other tool i'm over looking.

EDIT: the reason i ask is because it's a done deal i have about 115.00 usd in mdpc now sitting, sounds like it takes more time than any thing the only hard part looks to be the 4pin since there are 8 wires per 4 pin and since i have no mdpc crimper or extra pin PLUS that fact i'll probably only have a 1 or 2 items hooking up to the 4 pin molex why bother, ever other rail can be done.
Edited by cdoublejj - 1/8/12 at 6:57am
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post #6023 of 14275

You can just cut the extra wires that you don't need. Just make sure to isolate them properly.

 

Some cables I just got from Lutro0

 

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you can't cut them it's a series circuit. who around here sleeves for money?
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post #6025 of 14275
series circut? i never seen a ps that has one inline or are you talking about on the ps pcb itself for that cable lead?
idont think a ps can tell if, let say you cutt off the floppy connectors ext from a run of 4 pin molex connectors....
dont know if thats tru or not, but it sounds about right that it cant tell the difference. its just one less 6" ext

heres the video where he cuts off one extention...it has lots of info on how to cutt off the ext wire
its what i plan to do to get rid of the floppy connectors off my ps

awesome video btw op thumb.gif
post #6026 of 14275
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series circut? i never seen a ps that has one inline or are you talking about on the ps pcb itself for that cable lead?
idont think a ps can tell if, let say you cutt off the floppy connectors ext from a run of 4 pin molex connectors....
dont know if thats tru or not, but it sounds about right that it cant tell the difference. its just one less 6" ext
heres the video where he cuts off one extention...it has lots of info on how to cutt off the ext wire
its what i plan to do to get rid of the floppy connectors off my ps
awesome video btw op thumb.gif

Thanks bud I appreciate the compliment, however I was not the OP of this thread. biggrin.gif
post #6027 of 14275
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Thanks bud I appreciate the compliment, however I was not the OP of this thread. biggrin.gif

oops.. still an awesome video thumb.gif
post #6028 of 14275
each 4pin is in series circuit you clip one and the res down the line no longer work as seen here.

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EDIT: if I fold over the pins i could slide the sleeve right on over the pin and down the rail.

I also plan i recycling the PSU build after build and don't plan on cutting any wires/connectors so far.
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post #6029 of 14275
so if i understand this right, if i cut the floppy pigtail in the series from that branch, the rest wont function cause power is disrupted?
most power supplys are like this: PS----4pin----4pin----4pin---floppy 4pin , for each series. there is only one path in which its current can flow.
Example, the light bulbs in an older-style string of Christmas tree lights burns out or is removed, the entire string becomes inoperable until the bulb is replaced.. does this example apply to a power supply?

So by me cutting off the floppy power connector is like pulling the bulb out and thus breaking the circut? if i do it exactly as he did in the video. their wont be anything their and it will be llike the connector wasnt even their and the circut will still be complete ?
post #6030 of 14275
You can remove any connector from the cable without affecting the others, as long as the remaining connectors are attached to the power supply.

Basically:

PS----4pin----4pin----4pin--X--floppy

X being were you would cut the floppy part off the wire.

The connectors are in parallel, not series.

Series is where the negative of one component goes into the positive of another component.

On the left is a series circuit, or the right is a parallel circuit.

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