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To those who are sleeving there PSU and accidentally mix the color, here is the remedy; All about the various PC power supply cables and ...

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    Default Helpful tips/guide for those who want to sleeve there PSU


    To those who are sleeving there PSU and accidentally mix the color, here is the remedy;

    All about the various PC power supply cables and connectors

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    As you can see on the link above, it shows every location of the wire and its color coding.
    You just need to know the number of that wire base on its color. No problem if same color are mixed since they do have common voltage. Just take a look at the diagram and you will understand better since it was properly demonstrated.

    Sleeving a fan sample link:

    How to sleeve a fan (or anything else, really) - The Tech Repository Forums

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    As you can see on the link, he removed the header clips which is not necessary since you can slide the sleeve already, maybe he did it for his convenience.

    Removing a sata power molex from its connector link:

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    Happy sleeving.

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    Yay. Nice One Sir Oli. Makatabang jud ni.

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    Very Helpful tread sir... up for you...

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    For me, I only remove the wire to sleeve, not necessarily remove all the wires. For the safest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COMCAM View Post
    For me, I only remove the wire to sleeve, not necessarily remove all the wires. For the safest.
    This.

    Or sleeve one wire, one at a time! But only works when you're sleeving per wire, doesn't work when you sleeve a group of wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by personalmgt View Post
    This.

    Or sleeve one wire, one at a time! But only works when you're sleeving per wire, doesn't work when you sleeve a group of wires.
    hehehe yup, one wire at a time, thanks for correcting me tian. Pwede ra gehapon tian e one by one if you want to have the 24pin in one big sleeve.

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    @TS : very informative kaau. thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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    Asa man makapalit ana mga accesories for sleeving? Nice work

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    @bellezajohnpaul

    For the sleeves Sir Andz is the key.
    Also I think he has the sleeving tool kit from sunbeam. But if wala fineugrades sure naa.

    Pwedi sad tong gitudlo ni boss poldopunk gamit ka og hair pin/staple wire/paper clip para pangtanggal sa mga wire for 24pin kong nahan ka og tipid.

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    i bought a sunbeam kit for sleeving para sayon ra ang trabaho....

    i sleeve one wire at a time para safe...after ana, gi recheck pa jud nako...

    here's my guide for the 24 pin power connector






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