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Originally Posted by OneTreeHill View Post

Hi guys, how to remove 3 pin male connector
http://cdn.overclock.net/2/20/202327d2_3-pinfanheader.jpeg
i tried but ı can't remove
You want to remove the pins? You can stick a needle or pin from the front underneath the side of the pin that has the little locking tab, this will depress it and you can push/pull the pin out.
I have just yanked them out with pliers before.
post #8442 of 14278
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Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post

Yeah, that'll be fine. 

My advice is to always use what the GPU requires to avoid any potential incompatibility issues that may arise. 

I'd hate to be sleeving all week, just to rebuild and have a GPU error flash on the UEFI screen (or to get the beeps.) 

I agree. thumb.gif
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Am I crazy or has Corsair changed the layout on the 24 pin connector of the AX1200? I printed the layout and it seems to not lineup with what I have in front of me. To give an example, Pin 1 on the 24 pin side is shown to line up with 1 on the 14 pin side, but yet mine lines up with 1 on the 10 pin side. Quickly trying to follow cables shows that this is true for at least the first five cables.

It's actually looking like the 24 pin might be 1:1 now?

Time to start my own crappy diagram I guess!

Edit; well, nearly 1:1 maybe, I'm seeing a single double wire.
Edited by llamaegg - 1/1/13 at 11:10am
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Originally Posted by llamaegg View Post

Am I crazy or has Corsair changed the layout on the 24 pin connector of the AX1200? I printed the layout and it seems to not lineup with what I have in front of me. To give an example, Pin 1 on the 24 pin side is shown to line up with 1 on the 14 pin side, but yet mine lines up with 1 on the 10 pin side. Quickly trying to follow cables shows that this is true for at least the first five cables.
It's actually looking like the 24 pin might be 1:1 now?
Time to start my own crappy diagram I guess!
Edit; well, nearly 1:1 maybe, I'm seeing a single double wire.
Yep they changed something. When I sleeved my 850 the cables were layedout differently from the layout from web. But the layout from web works just fine.
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I have an Asrock Extreme4 coming, and a single 680 Lightning. Another member suggested I come here to ask for a set, was hoping to get the cables in yellow.
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post #8446 of 14278
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I have an Asrock Extreme4 coming, and a single 680 Lightning. Another member suggested I come here to ask for a set, was hoping to get the cables in yellow.

There is an artisan section on here for that. However there is a group of international sleevers that take jobs that I run a group for. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ICSCommunity/
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Hey guys, I'm thinking about sleeving my fans and my front I/O cables this week or next week.

For the 3 pin fans I just need a 3pin ATX tool right?

And for the i/o cables, most sleeving like paracord will fit right over it right? and is bitspower sleeving decent? i know paradcord and mdpc just curious.
Edited by JAM3S121 - 1/3/13 at 3:12pm
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Originally Posted by JAM3S121 View Post

Hey guys, I'm thinking about sleeving my fans and my front I/O cables this week or next week.
For the 3 pin fans I just need a 3pin ATX tool right?
And for the i/o cables, most sleeving like paracord will fit right over it right? and is bitspower sleeving decent? i know paradcord and mdpc just curious.

What color sleeving are you looking for............
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Does anybody know if and where to purchase the stock sleeving from enermax power supplies? As weird as it sounds, I really like the black/gold/red combo because of how professional it looks. That being said, the power supply comes sleeved a little short. If I can find replacement sleeving, I'd like to resleeve it closer to the connectors. Any ideas? Proud owner of a new Enermax Platimax 850W Platinum wink.gif

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post #8450 of 14278
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Originally Posted by JAM3S121 View Post

Hey guys, I'm thinking about sleeving my fans and my front I/O cables this week or next week.
For the 3 pin fans I just need a 3pin ATX tool right?
And for the i/o cables, most sleeving like paracord will fit right over it right? and is bitspower sleeving decent? i know paradcord and mdpc just curious.

You can just use a small flathead screwdriver to remove 3pin fan connections.

Regarding the paracord, I posted a little way back in this thread my I/O connections with some paracord. I think it turned out pretty decent: http://www.overclock.net/t/662039/cable-sleeving-gallery-discussion/8160_20#post_18584944
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