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lol yeah, my PSU took 64 Meters . (( almost 30 meters for the 24 pin alone lol.
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post #7012 of 14568
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and I dont think the 30 meters of sleeving you ordered will be enough to sleeve entire PSU. You will most likely need aroun 60 - 70 meters depending on PSU

its 20m of grey, 10m of white, 10m of red. I sleeved it earlier using 40ft of grey, 20ft of red, 10ft of white paracord so this'll be enough. He charged me 19.5euro shipping though :c
edit; forgot to mention my psu cables have been cut to custom length while i sleeved with paracord
post #7013 of 14568
I'm doing mine right now and i ordered somethign like 50 meters of sleeving the 24 pin took me about 15 meters and i made 2 pci-e (with one 6+2) and a 4+4 pin cpu power it is not finished yet so i guess depending on your psu it will be enought thumb.gif
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post #7015 of 14568
Yeah definitly varies a lot by PSU. MIne is a corsair tx850 and I must confess I have not fully sleeved it but I have however used about ~50 meters so I figured another 10 - 20 for full biggrin.gif. Before I was just trying to help you find the right amount thumb.gif
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Some more pics smile.gif

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post #7017 of 14568
My personal opinion - the best looking sleeve jobs are those that use mostly black as canvas and some light coloring accent, like 2 outer edges in 24pin. Using so many colors makes it too dappled just like the normal orange+red+yellow+black wires...
Same applies here:
http://cdn.overclock.net/1/1c/600x450px-LL-1c2c3ab0_pc-cables-blueblack-sample-3.jpeg
http://cdn.overclock.net/2/27/600x450px-LL-27c74443_pc-cables-redblack-sample-2.jpeg
only two colors, but looks tangled and doesn't make a nice rainbow, but that's probably due to sleeve properties...
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post #7018 of 14568
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Originally Posted by wlw wl View Post

My personal opinion - the best looking sleeve jobs are those that use mostly black as canvas and some light coloring accent, like 2 outer edges in 24pin. Using so many colors makes it too dappled just like the normal orange+red+yellow+black wires...
Same applies here:
http://cdn.overclock.net/1/1c/600x450px-LL-1c2c3ab0_pc-cables-blueblack-sample-3.jpeg
http://cdn.overclock.net/2/27/600x450px-LL-27c74443_pc-cables-redblack-sample-2.jpeg
only two colors, but looks tangled and doesn't make a nice rainbow, but that's probably due to sleeve properties...

AHA! I come to argue with you... Just kidding. <3

But I made a small write up on colors a while ago and plan to add a larger one and wanted to add it to your statement, as I agree and disagree at the same time. It really depends on the color scheme and the internal colors.

As with the rainbow its all about the person taking the time to fix it and a large part on the maker of the extension.
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As with color schemes 2 or 3 color schemes seem to be the best results.

I personally like 3 color as you can match your main base color (black or case color most of the time) a mid base color and then you are left with a highlight color (a color that is sparse in your case) you want the highlight color or the mid base to be the pop color.

Your two color scheme would just be a base and a mid-base or mid-base and a highlight.

Colors are all preference and there really isn't a bad combo if you follow the rules above or make sure your matching colors in your case.

Also here is a few examples:

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AHA! I come to argue with you... Just kidding. <3
But I made a small write up on colors a while ago and plan to add a larger one and wanted to add it to your statement, as I agree and disagree at the same time. It really depends on the color scheme and the internal colors.
As with the rainbow its all about the person taking the time to fix it and a large part on the maker of the extension.
Quote:
As with color schemes 2 or 3 color schemes seem to be the best results.
I personally like 3 color as you can match your main base color (black or case color most of the time) a mid base color and then you are left with a highlight color (a color that is sparse in your case) you want the highlight color or the mid base to be the pop color.
Your two color scheme would just be a base and a mid-base or mid-base and a highlight.
Colors are all preference and there really isn't a bad combo if you follow the rules above or make sure your matching colors in your case.
Also here is a few examples:
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Lutro0,

Have you ever done any braiding of sleeves on your work? Thoughts on how that looks? Would love to see any pictures if you have them.

Chris
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Lutro0,
Have you ever done any braiding of sleeves on your work? Thoughts on how that looks? Would love to see any pictures if you have them.
Chris

I have dabbled with it, but I cant braid worth beans, this would also means a change in lengths so one day I will experiment with it,but in my typical ocd style I wont take pics of it untill I have it perfected lol.
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