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post #6371 of 14342
Does anyone have like a price sheet or anything cached from MDPC. I really want to start planning for a PSU sleeve but I don't want to rush to the site to plan for 5 minutes every other day redface.gif

Also thanks for all the inspiration. I've wanted to do something like this for a while but this thread pushed me over the edge tongue.gif

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I suggest going to the german mdpc-x site. You can summarize all the prices in € and convert it afterwards.
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I suggest going to the german mdpc-x site. You can summarize all the prices in € and convert it afterwards.

I don't see any product on the German site either?
    
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post #6374 of 14342
Strange, he normally only closes the international shop^^

I've got a problem with the capacitors on the OCZ psu. Before I remove them, I should write down their polarity but can't find any marks or something.
Am I right that polarity DOES matter with these?



//edit: Oh wait I'm an idiot biggrin.gif Theres a HUGE stripe that marks negative xD
post #6375 of 14342
I have a question. I'm planning to sleeve my XFX PRO550W non-modular PSU. MDPC-X isn't available atm I guess, what other alternatives are there? I'll go for a white color with a few red highlights. And when I sleeve all cables from the inside of the PSU case, will the cables altogether fit in the hole of the PSU case? I mean, the total diameter of all cables will increase, right? Is there any special way to fit in the cables through the holes?
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I have a question. I'm planning to sleeve my XFX PRO550W non-modular PSU. MDPC-X isn't available atm I guess, what other alternatives are there? I'll go for a white color with a few red highlights. And when I sleeve all cables from the inside of the PSU case, will the cables altogether fit in the hole of the PSU case? I mean, the total diameter of all cables will increase, right? Is there any special way to fit in the cables through the holes?

Only other thing available right now is paracord. Yes, you will have to open up the hole that the cables come out of. Pretty easy with a dremel to just open it up a bit. If using paracord, you might want to use some u-channel on the opening since it stags pretty easily. If you can get a hold of some mdpc, it is quite durable and you won't need the u-channel.

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Only other thing available right now is paracord. Yes, you will have to open up the hole that the cables come out of. Pretty easy with a dremel to just open it up a bit. If using paracord, you might want to use some u-channel on the opening since it stags pretty easily. If you can get a hold of some mdpc, it is quite durable and you won't need the u-channel.
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Thanks for the info, REP+. I don't have a dremel or any other power tool, is there any other way to open it up?
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Only other thing available right now is paracord. Yes, you will have to open up the hole that the cables come out of. Pretty easy with a dremel to just open it up a bit. If using paracord, you might want to use some u-channel on the opening since it stags pretty easily. If you can get a hold of some mdpc, it is quite durable and you won't need the u-channel.
Paracord linky thumb.gif

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I just ordered 300' of misc colors to try out and got all kinds of discounts for taking surveys and liking on facebook! Came out to .06 approx a foot biggrin.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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Thanks for the info, REP+. I don't have a dremel or any other power tool, is there any other way to open it up?

A file would work, though it would take a little more time.
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Well I havent posted much lately due to the surgery and what not, but I decided to get some of the past orders I have done.

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