Sorry. Took down to prevent the misinformation.
Thanks for doing this.Originally Posted by Thaal Sinestro
Annnnd I'm done!
Thank you Devious Dog!
Made from scratch and tested(24 pin, EPS, and VGA) to work
Originally Posted by WaveRider69
Just of curiosity do I have to follow the crisscrossing pattern of the wires that is shown in some pics to the PCI-E to the video card? It seems to me as long as all the +12's and Grounds are lined up that's all that should matter, right?
Also real quick. If I wanted to make a gpu cable with 6x16awg with a single end connected to the psu instead of two separate connectors in 2 slots, would that put any more stress on that slot? Or are all the +12v inside the PSU connected from a single point anyway so it wouldn't matter? I noticed Seasonic does this by default anyway. I just want to make sure though before I go and make a whole bunch of new cables.
If I understand this correctly, you want to have dual wires in each of the pin-outs for a PSU connector to make 2 x 6 pin connectors.? If that's the case then:
it seems to be OK to do it as Corsair also do this. I'm not sure if there's any implications for multi-rail PSUs though.
I'd suggest splicing the wires.
I'd only consider this if you were short of PCI-E cables.