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Found this for you guy
I was linked this site from a guy that had his X-series wires done and he says they are top of the line to the MDPC brand. I myself have the MDPC sleeving but just really do not have the time to spend a weekend sleeving a PSU myself. So I decided on buying a set from these guys modDIY they have already made sets (HERE) they make up from scratch no need to send in your PSU wires and a set of below pictures is only $95.00 not bad. They also have individual sizes maybe a longer 24-pin and 8-pin etc.. Check them out they also sell the connector as well..
1 x Main Power ATX 20+4 Pin Power Supply Modular Cable
1 x CPU/EPS 4+4 Pin Power Supply Modular Cable
1 x Dual PCIe 6+2 Pin Power Supply Modular Cable (2 PCIe connectors in total)
2 x Triple SATA Power Supply Modular Cable (6 SATA connectors in total)
2 x Dual Molex / IDE / ATA Power Supply Modular Cable (4 Molex connectors in total)
600
400
400
600

Dood.. I've been looking for something like this. I sold my x750 & now have an X1050 & want white & black sleeved cables. +rep!
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post #392 of 1832
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Originally Posted by Lu(ky View Post

Found this for you guys
I was linked this site from a guy that had his X-series wires done and he says they are top of the line to the MDPC brand. I myself have the MDPC sleeving but just really do not have the time to spend a weekend sleeving a PSU myself. So I decided on buying a set from these guys modDIY they have already made sets (HERE) they make up from scratch no need to send in your PSU wires and a set of below pictures is only $95.00 not bad. They also have individual sizes maybe a longer 24-pin and 8-pin etc.. Check them out they also sell the connector as well..
1 x Main Power ATX 20+4 Pin Power Supply Modular Cable
1 x CPU/EPS 4+4 Pin Power Supply Modular Cable
1 x Dual PCIe 6+2 Pin Power Supply Modular Cable (2 PCIe connectors in total)
2 x Triple SATA Power Supply Modular Cable (6 SATA connectors in total)
2 x Dual Molex / IDE / ATA Power Supply Modular Cable (4 Molex connectors in total) Show Pics (Click to show)
600
400
400
600

Where are they located? I only need cables for the Sata drives and a few for the fans though. I hope they ship internationally... (i haven't shipped anything ever)
post #393 of 1832
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Where are they located? I only need cables for the Sata drives and a few for the fans though. I hope they ship internationally... (i haven't shipped anything ever)

It's an online store from Hong Kong. They ship internationally for reasonable prices.

I also have their set of cables:

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post #394 of 1832
Count me in. 750 X Gold just ordered from mdpc x cant wait to start sleeving!
post #395 of 1832
what the easiest way to hide the multicolored cables ? Im short of money biggrin.gif, can't afford sleeving.
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what the easiest way to hide the multicolored cables ? Im short of money biggrin.gif, can't afford sleeving.

Paracord is cheap a d you can do shrinkless. I think it's like $20 for 200 feet depending where you get it.

I've seen guys electrical tape the wires. Black marker works too. Spray paint has been done but I wouldn't do it.
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Paracord is cheap a d you can do shrinkless. I think it's like $20 for 200 feet depending where you get it.
I've seen guys electrical tape the wires. Black marker works too. Spray paint has been done but I wouldn't do it.

I've considered about eletrical tape ( have done it on non sleeving fan cables), very easy & cheap method biggrin.gif, but i want another viable options.

Paracord on my region about $60 for 200 feet. How long i need to do the trick (seasonic x760) ?
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post #398 of 1832
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I've considered about eletrical tape ( have done it on non sleeving fan cables), very easy & cheap method biggrin.gif, but i want another viable options.
Paracord on my region about $60 for 200 feet. How long i need to do the trick (seasonic x760) ?

Jeez. I think $60 could me a $1000 foot off the Internet. Try eBay that's where I get mine.

Now for how much that you should take up with to sleeving guys. I have a small case and won't take a lot when I get around to finishing it. But I bought 300ft because I needed 3 colors.


This thread should help
www.overclock.net/t/662039/cable-sleeving-gallery-discussion/0_20
post #399 of 1832
I want to buy a silent ( I want dead or near dead silent) psu. All people adviced me to buy Seasonic X-760 or complete fanless X-460. I learn that X-760 has hybrid fan system. It only kicks in when it loads over % 25 load. I want to learn if my system will pass this gap of % 25 only by surfing on the internet? if not , I will buy x760. If it will be over than it I will buy a complete fanless x460. I look for answers pleaase:D
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I want to buy a silent ( I want dead or near dead silent) psu. All people adviced me to buy Seasonic X-760 or complete fanless X-460. I learn that X-760 has hybrid fan system. It only kicks in when it loads over % 25 load. I want to learn if my system will pass this gap of % 25 only by surfing on the internet? if not , I will buy x760. If it will be over than it I will buy a complete fanless x460. I look for answers pleaase:D

Nevermind I purchased X-760 now biggrin.gif add me please:D
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