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the way silverstone did their wiring on my DA700 is really crappy for sleeving. I need some crimping tools, a couple female connectors etc... where's the best place to get this online?
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http://en.mdpc-x.com/
post #3 of 8
I use the Self-Adjusting Squeeze-n-Strip Stripper/Crimper from mcmastercarr

http://www.mcmaster.com/#wire-crimpers/=ba2zzg

If you need to cut,strip,crimp something its great, pretty sure its made in Germany too so the quality is amazing. (and at almost $50 it better be)

pins I buy from koolertek.com or performance-pcs.com

BEWARE DO NOT BUY
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=1417
I made the mistake of ordering 25 of these. They do not fit into any connectors.

Sleeving I buy from furryletters on ebay, its cheap and pretty close to mdpc (IMO)
    
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thanks somenamehere and mbudden god damn I can't believe i missed that I go to mdpc almost every other day...*** lol. I'll be getting my supplies there then haha
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thanks somenamehere and mbudden god damn I can't believe i missed that I go to mdpc almost every other day...*** lol. I'll be getting my supplies there then haha
I heard from someone on here that their crimper is junk (just a warning)
    
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one more thing though, I've never really done this on PSU connectors but which pins should I be getting for the 24pin, I'm guessing female pins for all the mobo pins?
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I heard from someone on here that their crimper is junk (just a warning)
note taken, I saw that frozencpu has one and everyone who reviewed it raves about it.
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one more thing though, I've never really done this on PSU connectors but which pins should I be getting for the 24pin, I'm guessing female pins for all the mobo pins?
yep.

these would work nicely

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=3592
    
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