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I can't make that decision for you, but, I have offered the viable options..(although, for some reason I thought you had a strider, if not the PP05 won't work.) If it was me, I would just make the cables, that way I can make sure the cables are exactly the lengths that I want and I keep the stock cables for any RMA that may be needed in the future. To answer your question though, yes you can just remove the caps. thumb.gif

Okay, I like the idea of making new wires, however:

If I make my own wires and everything, how do I know the correct wire mapping if I can't take apart the current cables for fear of voiding the warranty. Is there anywhere on the webz that has a pinout diagram for this specific PSU? Just looking at it, I see multiple wires going into single slots of the connectors. (leads me to believe that this is not a 1-1 cable job)
post #6552 of 14314
Silverstone includes a pinout in the instruction manual...did a quick google search for OCZ Pinout and came up with several results. You can also ask at the OCZ help forums and get official information from them.

Here is the 24 pin for the ZX 850:

If it is anything like this, I'd go buy a Strider...biggrin.gif
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Thanks, I found that one earlier as well! Looks like I'm gonna be sticking to the OCZ PSU for now, Hopefully removing the caps, and the paired wires won't give me too much touble bruce.gif
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Happy to help! thumb.gif Make sure you post pictures when you are done. Looking forward to seeing how it turns out!
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Cut were the breaks are: and sleeve each matching color segment at a time.
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Thanks Imrac, you win a cookie thumb.gif
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post #6556 of 14314
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Originally Posted by longroadtrip View Post

Silverstone includes a pinout in the instruction manual...did a quick google search for OCZ Pinout and came up with several results. You can also ask at the OCZ help forums and get official information from them.
Here is the 24 pin for the ZX 850:
If it is anything like this, I'd go buy a Strider...biggrin.gif

Along these lines...

If someone is just making extensions, not full replacement wires, would it just be a 1 to 1 straight wire job?
post #6557 of 14314
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Originally Posted by liquidzoo View Post

Along these lines...
If someone is just making extensions, not full replacement wires, would it just be a 1 to 1 straight wire job?

Yup!

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post #6558 of 14314
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Originally Posted by MooMoo View Post

By deattaching all the connectors? ... bulb.gif
I wouldn't cut those kind of wires, because its powering your computer and theres possibilities of somekind of failure, which could lead to damaging the parts.
This would be nice for you http://www.mobilehomerepair.com/media/img/Molex8.jpg
but you already cut them, but for future if you do it again thumb.gif

Yeah I tried without cutting them. The problem is sleeving over the connectors with paracord. Pretty impossible since I can´t get the paracord through so I had to cut it in order to sleeve it. I used a molex remover tool I mad out of an antenna I got form a store. Thanks for the help man!
post #6559 of 14314
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Originally Posted by Lutro0 View Post

Yup!

That's a relief. I got worried for a second.
post #6560 of 14314
why can i not get my GT fan pins back into the connector.....and i've just broken the prong of one of the pins. ffs
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