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Hey Furion, thanks so much, that is exactly what i am looking for, i could not find something like that to save my life haha,

Will try all of that and if it still isnt wired properly, will try and ask for further assistance

one thing i know. the green and black are in the right place cos i can jump start it biggrin.gif just have to find the naughty cable in the wrong place tongue.gif
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heres what a sleeved capacitor seasonic cable looks like incase you guys were wondering
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heres what a sleeved capacitor seasonic cable looks like incase you guys were wondering
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i kinda like that and the sata sleaving idear 2 i think im going to look into this this sounds like a good idear thumb.gif
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Why can't you sleeve each individual cable 1 at a time, thus eliminating the problem of forgetting where the pin is meant to go?
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Why can't you sleeve each individual cable 1 at a time, thus eliminating the problem of forgetting where the pin is meant to go?

you can, its what i did. takes a bit longer though
post #6656 of 11901
I was thinking i was missing something major tongue.gif
Just waiting for my MDPC atx remover to come, then i'm on it. biggrin.gif
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This is SICK! I'd like to know more about how this works, electrically... Like what are it's limitations?

 

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This is SICK! I'd like to know more about how this works, electrically... Like what are it's limitations?

#18 AWG wire can handle up to 7 A DC current according to American Electrical Code.

7 A x 12 V = 84 W

With an 6-pin connector you have 3 pairs 12 V wires (yellow + black), so that's a maximum of 84 W x 3 = 252 W.

So even if you jump one 6-pin connector off another, you are still within tolerances of the wire.
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This is SICK! I'd like to know more about how this works, electrically... Like what are it's limitations?

The power supply or rail should be the only limitations. Most power supplies run a similar config on their pcie cables. The one shown was actually a 8 + 6pin.

That is granted you are using a good 18AWG wire.
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The power supply or rail should be the only limitations. Most power supplies run a similar config on their pcie cables. The one shown was actually a 8 + 6pin.
That is granted you are using a good 18AWG wire.


Looks like we need to change up my order around when you open back up. LOL

 

 

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