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Old 12-27-2006, 02:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am thinking of sleeving all of the cables on my PSU and was recommending if anyone knew any good kits that provide sufficient amount of sleeving and heat shrink tubing. Also I had a few questions about it, is it true you can short something out by putting the wrong wire back into the connector? I understand you could write it down or make a note of some sort, but when the mobo connector comes to mind it seems as if it would be very difficult. Also can you use a hairdryer to shrink the heat shrink tubing? I dont really wanna spend 20 bucks on a heat gun that I will only use once.
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Whoops was wondering if anyone could recommend a kit sorry for the
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Read through this stickied thread: http://techist.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=84389
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if you don't want to bother with heat-shrink, you could always try this.. it may not be a professional looking as HS, but it works just as well for air flow.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ndex&cPath=300
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i did the spiral wrap because they sold lots of sizes in kinda uv reactive green. the best part is that it was only 1 dollar. i could post some pics if you want.
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