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Originally Posted by fenderlove0` View Post
I know you can't mix wires I have sleeved a power supply before I was just asking why I think people took that question a bit to serious.

EDIT: look at my build and you can see I have done it before.
OK, what exactly are you asking, then?
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Originally Posted by Arctucas View Post
OK, what exactly are you asking, then?
Its alright I already got my answer from someone else I knew you couldn't swap wires I was just asking why. I didn't know I made the question so difficult but someone else some where else understood it the first time so it's all good.

EDIT: sorry if I made it confusing, I know the basics and I can build computers and servers, and do a little case modding and stuff like that but I am still learning the details and sometimes I may not make sense but I don't think that makes it ok to be criticized just because I am learning, usually I get very nice helpful responses from members.
Edited by fenderlove0` - 3/16/11 at 9:50am
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