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post #261 of 535 (permalink) Old 03-05-2013, 03:43 PM - Thread Starter
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I seem to recall 'some guy' linking the UP7 board to me, in my own thread, with the knowledge that my build was going to be orange ... eh ?

pix coming up !
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Ok - first are the Dwood combs, I took these some time ago, and forgot about em.
Here you can sort thru the pix if you want -> COMBS LINK

Here's a link to the pix of the new cables put together by ICEMODZ - Mundi Valur -> CABLES LINK

Youc an fill your browser with the pix by using the above links.
Oh yah, the 2nd vid card is in

Here's a couple you don't have to click thru a link to see











anyone else notice that screwup in that last pic ? How did that happen ?
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The colors are reversed on the bottom 6-pin. That is odd considering how nice they look. upsidedwnsmiley.gif
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You can easily fix them though since the rows are just 12V and GND, just swap the wires around and it should be fine.

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Ooh, I'm gonna get my hands dirty d-i-y on that cable !

yah, I didn't see it till uploading the pix. I can't imagine, unless its something by the sleever, Mundi of icemodz.com

meh - whats a little mustard on the wrong side wink.gif
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Did the plastic thingies on the 24-pin cables that keep them aligned, come with the cables you ordered? I'm looking for something like this but haven't found them yet.
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Ooh, I'm gonna get my hands dirty d-i-y on that cable !

yah, I didn't see it till uploading the pix. I can't imagine, unless its something by the sleever, Mundi of icemodz.com

meh - whats a little mustard on the wrong side wink.gif
Now you get to order that first sleeving tool. biggrin.gif


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dwood makes and sells the cable combs

Maximus VIII Hero/6700K delidded w/CLP @ 4.8/Corsair LPX 4x4GB 2666 OC'd @ 3200/PCS 390X w/EK blockMain Rig specs (Click to show)
White Case Labs SM8 w/dual pedestals-Custom top extension
Rigid acrylic tubing/Dual D5's-MCP35x2
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All psu wiring & sleeving by myself
2xAquaero 5 Pro's w/c - 1xFC8 for light panel & various led's
PowerColor PCS 390X w/EK block
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Looking Great thumb.gif
It is unbelievable after lots of touching and photoing i turn it the wrong way redface.gif But it is all going to end well biggrin.gif
Yes every hardware geek needs to own a Power Supply Modding Tool Kit ! something like this PSU tool but i have not tried this type but it has carbon steel so it must be good,strong and will last !
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dwood makes and sells the cable combs

Thanks! +rep to you.
I found this thread and they seem to be unavailable right now, but it's an easy add-on when they are again available thumb.gif
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Whatts, you might consider using the Mod/Smart cable bundlers like these to train your wires or to keep smaller bundles looking neat:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=cable+bundler

The ones dwood makes are probably better for 24 pin, but I use these for all my wires.


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if you buy a depinning tool I highly recommend you get the real Molex tool. They have better steel than the ones in the kits, which tend to bend and break pretty easy. Some of the kit ones are a little too short as well.

Maximus VIII Hero/6700K delidded w/CLP @ 4.8/Corsair LPX 4x4GB 2666 OC'd @ 3200/PCS 390X w/EK blockMain Rig specs (Click to show)
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All psu wiring & sleeving by myself
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