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Old 06-03-2009, 09:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Sleeving adventures..

I found the sleeve kit I wanted at the local comp shop.. It was also the same price as it was on the net.. -Amazingly...

I gotta figure out how to un-pin the MoBo connector. I know I need a small needle or something.. I've pulled weather-pak connectors apart on cars before..

I don't know WHY the psu didn't come pre-sleeved. I didn't see the option when I bought it.

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Default Re: Sleeving adventures..

with a PSU like that i would not bother sleving the cables, they look fine.

and as far as a tool that removes pins use this, i used it before and it works great.

Molex Mini-Fit Connector Pin Extractor [MOLEXTOOL] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
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Default Re: Sleeving adventures..

The mobo connector flat wire gets in the way, big time.. It's soo wide, it's hard to move around or put where I want it.

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Here we go. I couldn't sleeve the mobo power cable, but I stripped it down and tied it up.

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