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post #7191 of 14265
I would say check for cables that are touching, it may be shorting out somewhere...
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post #7192 of 14265
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Originally Posted by Furion92 View Post

What do you mean by "no longer works"? Is it starting?
no. It wont even turn on, the psu that is. I hooked up my new psu i got today and it works without a hitch
post #7193 of 14265
@mordocai rp: You probably just messed up the pinout. Did you sleeve your cables one by one or did you pull out the whole bunch?
post #7194 of 14265
the individual cabling looks so sick, wish i had the patience to do it
post #7195 of 14265
Hey everyone,

I am new to OCN but I wanted to share my first complete sleeve build. Let me know what you think, if you have any advice or questions.

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Let me know what ya think!
post #7196 of 14265
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Originally Posted by undertehbed View Post

Hey everyone,
I am new to OCN but I wanted to share my first complete sleeve build. Let me know what you think, if you have any advice or questions.

Let me know what ya think!

I think you need to keep it to 3-4 pics max lol

However the end result looks awesome, keep up the work and you will hone your heatshrinking with time. thumb.gif
post #7197 of 14265
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Originally Posted by Furion92 View Post

@mordocai rp: You probably just messed up the pinout. Did you sleeve your cables one by one or did you pull out the whole bunch?
i pulled all out and labeled individually. I have an xfx 750w xxx edition psu. I couldn't find the pin layout thuogh. Also the 24pin is non modular so idk where each wire comes from w/o fully openeing it up again
post #7198 of 14265
You don't have to open it up if the cables are colour coded. And from the pics I just saw in google it looks like they were.
Can you still make out the colour of the cables through your sleeve? Try to find a black and a green one, then short them and find out whether your psu starts or not.
Make sure you have anything connected to your power supply, for example a fan. Otherwise it shouldn't start.

-> If it starts, you've got to redo your pinout, because it's wrong

-> If it doesn't, well, then it's dead wink.gif (.. and your pinout might be fine)
post #7199 of 14265
has anyone tried painting the individual wires, so they match the sleeving? i am doing okay (i think) in the sleeving part, but i want the colors to "pop" more, because of possible color bleeding.

the colors i am going to use are white and aquamarine (MDPC), and so i want to know if i can paint the wires those colors. other suggestions welcome. flexibility i guess should be allowed, as well, which is why i am looking into painting, not covering them with tape.

i thought about recrimping new wires (custom work with actual colors), but for my next build i do not want to break a PSU testing recrimping.
Edited by rgrwng - 5/8/12 at 10:37am
post #7200 of 14265
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Originally Posted by Furion92 View Post

You don't have to open it up if the cables are colour coded. And from the pics I just saw in google it looks like they were.
Can you still make out the colour of the cables through your sleeve? Try to find a black and a green one, then short them and find out whether your psu starts or not.
Make sure you have anything connected to your power supply, for example a fan. Otherwise it shouldn't start.
-> If it starts, you've got to redo your pinout, because it's wrong
-> If it doesn't, well, then it's dead wink.gif (.. and your pinout might be fine)
it is color coded but there are multiple wires of same color, do i have to recrimp a black and green one then? or how do i jump them? Also will the 120mm fan on the psu be good for it to start, or should i just hook it up to something else?
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Originally Posted by rgrwng View Post

has anyone tried painting the individual wires, so they match the sleeving? i am doing okay (i think) in the sleeving part, but i want the colors to "pop" more, because of possible color bleeding.
the colors i am going to use are white and aquamarine (MDPC), and so i want to know if i can paint the wires those colors. other suggestions welcome. flexibility i guess should be allowed, as well, which is why i am looking into painting, not covering them with tape.
i thought about recrimping new wires (custom work with actual colors), but for my next build i do not want to break a PSU testing recrimping.
i have aquamarine blue sleeving from mdpc-x as well as white, I could either make you extensions or something(this isn't advertisement tongue.gif ). I can tell you if you put white electrical tape on the wire the blue will be brighter
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