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post #8591 of 14329
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I really wish people would say exactly what colors they used.

Occult assassin, nice job, I'm gonna do a similar theme with my system (white/blue, ud5h). Your blue is a little too dark (for the build Im planning to do, looks great in yours). Which blue is it?

And what's a good 24 pin/8pin/pci-e pin remover tool (dont need molex/sata/etc)? After trying to test out pin removal using staples, I'm convinced I need to buy a good tool. I'm typically the type of person who saves every last dollar (just look at my $200 sig rig, even my i5 build is quite penny pinching) but my god trying to use staples was barbaric, I can't do that.

I am using MDPC sleeving and the colors are B-Magic, white, a black. If the blue is too dark Nils has an aquamarine blue that is lighter. As for the pin extraction tool you can get them from digikey and they are molex minifit jr. branded essentially the same ones that Nils sells at www.en.mdpc-x.com . If you are getting sleeve from him consider buying the molex extraction pin tool from him as it helps support the great business he has got. Otherwise you can buy it from digikey here: http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/0011030044/WM9918-ND/210947
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post #8592 of 14329
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Yes, it has been done. Actually pretty easy imo. What is really nice about it, is you can move the connectors closer together, eliminate extra unneeded wire. Makes a nice cleaner look.

show us where or who or how
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post #8593 of 14329
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show us where or who or how
Here is a few pictures, I know most people that sleeve there cables end up covering there sata power cables also. Once you pop the cover off, pull the wires out, cut to fit, add your sleeve, then push the wires back into he slots with a small flat head screw driver.
Here is what it looks like when you pull the cap off. Then just pull the wires out.




Here is my old sleeve job that I am getting ready to change for the new case.


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post #8594 of 14329
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I really wish people would say exactly what colors they used.

Occult assassin, nice job, I'm gonna do a similar theme with my system (white/blue, ud5h). Your blue is a little too dark (for the build Im planning to do, looks great in yours). Which blue is it?

And what's a good 24 pin/8pin/pci-e pin remover tool (dont need molex/sata/etc)? After trying to test out pin removal using staples, I'm convinced I need to buy a good tool. I'm typically the type of person who saves every last dollar (just look at my $200 sig rig, even my i5 build is quite penny pinching) but my god trying to use staples was barbaric, I can't do that.

I am using MDPC sleeving and the colors are B-Magic, white, a black. If the blue is too dark Nils has an aquamarine blue that is lighter. As for the pin extraction tool you can get them from digikey and they are molex minifit jr. branded essentially the same ones that Nils sells at www.en.mdpc-x.com . If you are getting sleeve from him consider buying the molex extraction pin tool from him as it helps support the great business he has got. Otherwise you can buy it from digikey here: http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/0011030044/WM9918-ND/210947

oooh. i was gonna go for paracord.

I dont need molex remover, I just need motherboard pin remover. and $20 before shipping for a pin remover is ridiculous.

I'm considering doing a white/electric blue paracord job on the 8 pin cpu, 2 x 6pin pci, and 24pin. just like 5 inches of paracord sleeving, so the part that comes out and attaches to the mobo, is sleeved up, while where the cables come out the psu, they are still in single black sleeve. Use a cable tie or something to hold the paracord in, i mean most of the cables behind motherboard tray, just needs to be the part that attaches to mobo that look pretty (the heatshrink on these cx500 is like 4 inches before the pins, looks terrible). will go heatshrinkless too.
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post #8595 of 14329
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I dont need molex remover, I just need motherboard pin remover. and $20 before shipping for a pin remover is ridiculous.

That is the motherboard pin remover (for ATX/PCIe/EPS pins). Molex Corp invented all the pins used in PCs, not just the ones people commonly call "molex".
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Here is a few pictures, I know most people that sleeve there cables end up covering there sata power cables also. Once you pop the cover off, pull the wires out, cut to fit, add your sleeve, then push the wires back into he slots with a small flat head screw driver.
Here is what it looks like when you pull the cap off. Then just pull the wires out.

So do you just stick the sleeve into the cover for the shrinkless? Do you have to melt it like you do when you are doing 24pin connectors?
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I am currently trying to sleeve an ocz zt series 750 watt fully modular power supply and I am having a lot of problems trying to remove the pins. I am using a pulse modding atx pin removal tool but I also have a original molex pin removal tool from mdpc however I find less effective. Does anyone have tips that I could try to use that would make getting the pins out any easier?
 
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I am currently trying to sleeve an ocz zt series 750 watt fully modular power supply and I am having a lot of problems trying to remove the pins. I am using a pulse modding atx pin removal tool but I also have a original molex pin removal tool from mdpc however I find less effective. Does anyone have tips that I could try to use that would make getting the pins out any easier?

Using the mdpc original molex connector, try bending, very slightly, the tips of the prongs in towards each other. I've only done this for very stubborn pins that don't want to come out.
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I am currently trying to sleeve an ocz zt series 750 watt fully modular power supply and I am having a lot of problems trying to remove the pins. I am using a pulse modding atx pin removal tool but I also have a original molex pin removal tool from mdpc however I find less effective. Does anyone have tips that I could try to use that would make getting the pins out any easier?

Here's my epic drawing of what the pin (black) looks like inside the connector (brown). You see that the wings are digging into the plastic. You need to push the pin first deeper into the connector to free the wings (upwards on drawing). Then insert the extraction tool, but don't pull the pin yet. Wiggle it around and push it some more to make sure the wings are really free. Only then will the extraction tool be able to depress the wings so they can slide out. It might need a little force still, but not enough to whiten your knuckles.

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Using the mdpc original molex connector, try bending, very slightly, the tips of the prongs in towards each other. I've only done this for very stubborn pins that don't want to come out.
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Here's my epic drawing of what the pin (black) looks like inside the connector (brown). You see that the wings are digging into the plastic. You need to push the pin first deeper into the connector to free the wings (upwards on drawing). Then insert the extraction tool, but don't pull the pin yet. Wiggle it around and push it some more to make sure the wings are really free. Only then will the extraction tool be able to depress the wings so they can slide out. It might need a little force still, but not enough to whiten your knuckles.


Thanks guys. I have tried both of these and I still cannot get the pins out at all. Might have to consider making my own wires because these are absolutely impossible to get out.
 
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