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Originally Posted by Furion92 View Post

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

Thx! LoL it was a fan I had laying around from my previous case + it was the fastest one around here so I used it to see if I could have even better temps tongue.gif
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post #6312 of 14129
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Originally Posted by Ghooble View Post

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

Thx man tongue.gif
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post #6313 of 14129
@Maxiumus4: I've got to admit, that I haven't seen the black fan on the cpu cooler, so it just looked even a bit more odd to me.

To keep you all updated regarding the custom cabling question for the Seasonic manufactured power supplies, I havn't got an answer yet. Neither from Corsair, nor from Seasonic.
post #6314 of 14129
For those who still looking for smaller paracord than 550 or 450, I got the name: ALSE Survival vest cord Type I paracord (it is good to sleeve your fan and pump)
link: (same guy who sells it but you can choose which one is cheaper)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/ALSE-Survival-vest-cord-Type-paracord-50ft-/330686404272?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&var=&hash=item7dbdcdfd6a

http://www.supplycaptain.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.display&product_ID=74

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ok i havent got any replies on the thread i made so ill ask it here
i want to start sleeving my Seasonic X-650 with para cord soon and i want the heatshrink less look but i dont think its possible with the whole double pins on the 24 pin MOBO power connector so i had an idea i want to know if it will work so thats why im asking u guys
instead of having the two wires go together into the connector can i just cut them and solder them together in the middle and cover those in heat shrink since they will be behind the mobo and have a single wire go into the 24 pin connector or would that not work...i dont see why it wouldnt work and i think it would look alot nicer in the end so ya please let me know
i made a crude drawing of what i mean
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post #6316 of 14129
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Originally Posted by Hartk1213 View Post

ok i havent got any replies on the thread i made so ill ask it here
i want to start sleeving my Seasonic X-650 with para cord soon and i want the heatshrink less look but i dont think its possible with the whole double pins on the 24 pin MOBO power connector so i had an idea i want to know if it will work so thats why im asking u guys
instead of having the two wires go together into the connector can i just cut them and solder them together in the middle and cover those in heat shrink since they will be behind the mobo and have a single wire go into the 24 pin connector or would that not work...i dont see why it wouldnt work and i think it would look alot nicer in the end so ya please let me know
i made a crude drawing of what i mean
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That is exactly the way I have always done it. If you find ontics guide he made some nice pics that will explain it
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Originally Posted by Hartk1213 View Post

ok i havent got any replies on the thread i made so ill ask it here
i want to start sleeving my Seasonic X-650 with para cord soon and i want the heatshrink less look but i dont think its possible with the whole double pins on the 24 pin MOBO power connector so i had an idea i want to know if it will work so thats why im asking u guys
instead of having the two wires go together into the connector can i just cut them and solder them together in the middle and cover those in heat shrink since they will be behind the mobo and have a single wire go into the 24 pin connector or would that not work...i dont see why it wouldnt work and i think it would look alot nicer in the end so ya please let me know
i made a crude drawing of what i mean
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I make no claims in being knowledgeable in this, but I believe you can.

Another option would be to make an extension. Doesn't have to be a long one, just to avoid the issue entirely.
post #6318 of 14129
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That is exactly the way I have always done it. If you find ontics guide he made some nice pics that will explain it

thanks Lutro0...hope all is well and hope u have a speedy recovery
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post #6319 of 14129
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ok i havent got any replies on the thread i made so ill ask it here
i want to start sleeving my Seasonic X-650 with para cord soon and i want the heatshrink less look but i dont think its possible with the whole double pins on the 24 pin MOBO power connector so i had an idea i want to know if it will work so thats why im asking u guys
instead of having the two wires go together into the connector can i just cut them and solder them together in the middle and cover those in heat shrink since they will be behind the mobo and have a single wire go into the 24 pin connector or would that not work...i dont see why it wouldnt work and i think it would look alot nicer in the end so ya please let me know
i made a crude drawing of what i mean
558

This is the only way doing it smile.gif, would it have been a non modular PSU then i would solder the two wires inside the PSU instead smile.gif
I have done it on 7 Fractal Design PSU:s and they have a lot of these damn doubble-wires :@, couldnt my custumers have chosen any other PSus haha tongue.gif
post #6320 of 14129
Damn it, I need a new project and this time sleeve stuff myself biggrin.gif

Once you go MdPc you don't go back biggrin.gif
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