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Originally Posted by Furion92 View Post

So if there were 28 pins on the psu for the ATX cable (like the Corsair one have) , can I custom make my own cable that only uses 24 of those? Has anyone ever tried that before?
And yes, I'm a huge perfectionist wink.gif

This...i need to know also i have a Seasonic X650 and i hate the double pins or whatever they are called
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I just found out that the AX1200 has got a different pinout than the AX650/750/850. There are 24 pins for the ATX connector (seperated to 2 connectors on the psu) and all the 8pins or 6+2pins have the right amount of pins on the psu side. Too bad it could power my rig 3 times.

Additionaly, I posted in the corsair forums and asked for advice rearding the custom cabling. When I've got some responses, I'm gonna update my post.
post #6303 of 14329
Hey guys, quick question for ya.

I'm about to get into sleeving. Over my spring break I'll be taking my PSU complete out of my case and cutting cables I don't need since its not a modular PSU, trust me I'll be fine with that. For sleeving, do you guys get more of the MOLEX pin connectors just incase you break one? I've struggled to get the pins removed with staples on the 6pin 12v connector and I'm just wondering what luck everyone has with them...

Any tips for crimping the wires down on the pins? That seems to be my biggest hic-up, I'll get it done, put it back in the connector, then I can easily pull out the wire from the pin, fail.
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Here is some of my work smile.gif
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I should have done this to my psu wires. nice work all thumb.gif
post #6306 of 14329
Nice case, nice board and nice sleeving thumb.gif

But what the heck were you thinking fitting that fan on the cpu cooler? biggrin.gif
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Here is some of my work smile.gif
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Not to be that guy but is your HSF set to push or pull? Because if it's push I think it should be on the other side.

EDIT!: I'm a tard. Nice cables biggrin.gif
Edited by Ghooble - 2/25/12 at 10:23pm
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He has it set up push/pull
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He has it set up push/pull

OH WOW! doh.gif I was leaned so far back in my chair that I didn't even see the black fan.
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Hello everyone, im finaly back in town, and im doing some more stuff to get ready for my main cables of the PSU, so the cables are way to long in order for the build to look flawless.

this is showing a way how i shorten cables, i think this is the most safe way to shorten cables to make sure that your psu turns on after smile.gif



so

so first figure out what you want to cut, i decided to start with the 24 pin.


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i think the most important thing is to lable the cables in the easiest way you can underst it later. i went to home depot and bought these lables which are life savers.



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not only do you want to lable the cables you also want to draw a diagram just to help you with the numbering system you have going on. this is how i did it


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so this is how much i measured that i need cut ot make it look really clean.


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so this is what the final product will look like, make sure you put the lables an inch or so away from your cut, that way when you put the new pins on you have some room to work with.


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So i just wanted to take some pictures of the work place that this build is happening. i have always dreamed to have a garage that i can work in, and i finaly bought a house and all the lab tables, so this is the first build that im working out of my garage

i have one lab tables that i use for my fabriaction, which is the first picture.
the second picture is where i do all my testing for working or future builds, also my folding and my little filer server is right there.


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i hope this helped someone, if you wish to see more please check out the build log called Electric Seahorse Compaion Cube, under the WC section.
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