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Hi Guys,

I'm new to forum and about to learn how to cable sleeving, I have bought the alphacool crimping kit, and i search forum for AWG 16 or 18 and its just matter of personal taste I think,

I havent found yet regarding the size of the cable sleeving it self, from my local store some use 2mm, some use 3mm or even more, I Mainly will start cable sleeving only for 2 things the 24 Pin ATX to motherboard and 6+2 and 8 Pin to Motherboard, not yet involve more further like Sata or case fan, just those 2 cable.

so my question is to all master cables sleeving here,

1. what size best for 24 pin atx motherboard and to graphic card, the 2mm,3mm, or 4mm or more.

2. does cable sleeving only works as extension cable or can be used directly to Modular PSU (some local store in my country do not offer modular cable sleeving only as extension) while I think I notice at cablemod they sell full modular cable sleeving

3 PSU i will be using Corsair, Seasonic, Coolermaster, Thermaltake, Evga.

Thanks guys, and much appreciated for any reply
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