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Hi to all.

I just started to make my own cable sleeving. I am using a cooler master v750 80+ gold series fully modular power supply. And I wanted to make full set of custom cables for the power supply. I have done the 5 pin SATA connector, 6+2 pin PCI-E, 4+4 pin EPS and the 24 pin Atx sleeved. I have a power supply tester for testing cables with right voltage output.

So far, my 6+2 pin PCI-E, 4+4 EPS and 5 pin SATA has worked out perfectly. As, I have followed each of the cables on my main modular cables that came along with the power supply and used cables in the same terminals and pinouts.

But I am now stuck with my ATX 28 pin to 24 pin cable. After completing sleeving and connector setup, I try to test with the power supply tester, but it fails to power up. I don't know what the real problem is here. So, I am posting for help.

I believe I have correctly, joined the pinouts and terminals to the connector the same way as the main modular cable. Only, confusing part here was the, duo cable (the Y cable), where I used the soldering and joined them all together. I now believe this duo cable / Y cable is causing the problem.

I am asking for help out here. Is there any specific 28 pin to 24 pin atx pinout technique available? Does cooler master make their own specific way of modular cables?

I don't want to use duo cable in the same terminal, because I am using ring type combs. I also don't know how cablemod or other mods do it with their pro cables.

Please help me out here. I am attaching some pictures of my cables.

https://i.imgur.com/jjMRPon.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/9FC2wY3.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/FsXCOxU.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/nbKiTKF.jpg

Thanks in advanced. Waiting for your kind reply.
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Hi to all.

I just started to make my own cable sleeving. I am using a cooler master v750 80+ gold series fully modular power supply. And I wanted to make full set of custom cables for the power supply. I have done the 5 pin SATA connector, 6+2 pin PCI-E, 4+4 pin EPS and the 24 pin Atx sleeved. I have a power supply tester for testing cables with right voltage output.

So far, my 6+2 pin PCI-E, 4+4 EPS and 5 pin SATA has worked out perfectly. As, I have followed each of the cables on my main modular cables that came along with the power supply and used cables in the same terminals and pinouts.

But I am now stuck with my ATX 28 pin to 24 pin cable. After completing sleeving and connector setup, I try to test with the power supply tester, but it fails to power up. I don't know what the real problem is here. So, I am posting for help.

I believe I have correctly, joined the pinouts and terminals to the connector the same way as the main modular cable. Only, confusing part here was the, duo cable (the Y cable), where I used the soldering and joined them all together. I now believe this duo cable / Y cable is causing the problem.

I am asking for help out here. Is there any specific 28 pin to 24 pin atx pinout technique available? Does cooler master make their own specific way of modular cables?

I don't want to use duo cable in the same terminal, because I am using ring type combs. I also don't know how cablemod or other mods do it with their pro cables.

Please help me out here. I am attaching some pictures of my cables.

https://i.imgur.com/jjMRPon.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/9FC2wY3.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/FsXCOxU.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/nbKiTKF.jpg

Thanks in advanced. Waiting for your kind reply.
Iori
CableMod has a machine that allows them to double crimp two wires to a single terminal(I do not suggest doing this method since it can create issues and it's very hard to get Sleeving like MDPC-X into the connector with two thick wire). Cablemod uses paper-thin sleeving (it's around 1.5mm, Sleeving like MDPC-X is 4mm thick).

You also need larger wing terminal to do that. Hand Crafted cables create Double Cables(Check the Sleeving forum for more examples).

Every PSU has there own Pinout, you can't just use any random pinout and hope it works. It will fry your hardware if you do.

btw, None of your Photos Work, you should use the img code to display them.

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Make sure your using most up to date Pin-out, you might have to use the stock cables as a reference or create your own.

Make sure the Double Wire Cables are soldered or crimped to make proper connection. Usually you want to to split the wire in the middle or somewhere closer to PSU.

Once it's been solder remember to cover it with heatshrink.

This is example of mine:


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