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Don't know if this is the right place to post this, (If its not i'm sorry) but I wanted to know whats least expensive material I can buy to sleeve my PSU, Fans, ETC. I have the PSU Modding tool kit. I just need the cable sleeving and heat shrink.

If anyone can help me and let me know where I can find black + blue cable sleeving and heat shrink, that would be awesome!!

Or I can just buy the sleeved extentions from here.


Would it be cheaper to buy them all? or do it myself?

Thanks (=
Edited by WizrdSleevz - 2/3/11 at 9:52pm
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paracord is the cheapest you can sleeve with, but is a pain in the butt. Cheap sleeving looks crappy and falls apart while sleeving. Try to get at least mid range if you can. Everything that frozen cpu and performance-pcs sells is pretty good stuff. Murder mods has the best tho imo.
 
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paracord is the cheapest you can sleeve with, but is a pain in the butt. Cheap sleeving looks crappy and falls apart while sleeving. Try to get at least mid range if you can. Everything that frozen cpu and performance-pcs sells is pretty good stuff. Murder mods has the best tho imo.
kk thanks, i'll check that out.
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electrical tapes FTW bro

i spent $20+ on tools to remove psu connect and its still doesn't work
versus you can spend < $20 for the tapes and some heat shrinks (obtained from home depot or typical hardware store), and your wiring still look badass
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those nzxt extensions give the look of sleeving your 24 pin, pci-e wires, and motherboard 4/8 pins without the hassle of doing it yourself. If you hide all the wires behing your motherboard tray, the finished look is quite nice. They have cables for you hdd/optical drive power wires also-

Heres a link to all the nzxt cables on newegg for you to look at-
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...on=nzxt+cables
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electrical tapes FTW bro

i spent $20+ on tools to remove psu connect and its still doesn't work
versus you can spend < $20 for the tapes and some heat shrinks (obtained from home depot or typical hardware store), and your wiring still look badass
If you ever plan to sell or upgrade your power supply, do NOT, ever use electrical tape to 'sleeve' your wires. Even good 3M 33+ will leave a black sticky film on the wires. Also, God help ya if you ever need to RMA it. Take it from me, I've been working with the stuff for 10 years. You don't want to learn on your own.
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^ Yeah those tapes suk.
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If you ever plan to sell or upgrade your power supply, do NOT, ever use electrical tape to 'sleeve' your wires. Even good 3M 33+ will leave a black sticky film on the wires. Also, God help ya if you ever need to RMA it. Take it from me, I've been working with the stuff for 10 years. You don't want to learn on your own.
good advice, that i didn't know
but don't you have to cut out a bigger hole to fit the sleeves, which void the warranty?
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Don't skimp on the material, especially if the PSU you're working with is a good quality unit. You may find yourself using that PSU for many years in multiple rigs and the time and $$ you invest upfront to do a really good job is totally worth it. Sleeving all your wires is a time consuming PITA that you only want to have to do once, trust me.
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Not usually. If you care to sleeve all of the way into the PSU then you might have to, but most allow for some wire movement.

I know that I myself end up sleeving basically to the hole where the wires come out of the Supply.
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