Originally Posted by bawbaw
That's what the diagram that I created for my x1050 when sleeving looks like. The colours end up in the same spot, but by no means does it even come close to the diagram. Only 9 of the wires are where they're "supposed" to be.
Same here, there were a lot of wires that didn't even come close to there intended correct numbered insert, but since all were same color (ground) it doesn't mater as long as these colored wires are the same voltage and same rail, like the 3.3v, 5.5v and 12v rails.
Originally Posted by Sevada88
My X660 uses different gauge wires. Would it make any difference (possible affect PSU performance) if I changed the smaller gauge wires with thicker ones? I am asking this becauase I am sleeving my PSU cables, however I find it difficult to properly sleeve the thinner wires. Replacing them with thicker ones would make it easier and it would look better.
I'm wondering the same thing, it was difficult to sleeve those 20 gauge wires (gray, green, blue), I wonder if these thinner wires need a certain ohms rating. Why else would Seasonic use them?Edited by Systemlord - 9/22/12 at 2:03pm