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How To: Braid Cables

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Does anyone have a guide on daisy chaining fans together? Sorry if this is slightly off topic. I knew there was one on the old forums. My futile searches on google can't seem to find anything of any use!

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Looks to be a slight bug in the Number of Topics per page options, will have a look at it later.

http://www.watercool...read.php?t=2410

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That's the one! Thanks

Now to see if those soldering lessons in school have come to any use. Got an old soldering iron at work so will have to give it a go, how hard can it be? :)

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Thanks you very much,Helped me alot!! Me= Noob!!!!! :D


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Found this which is pretty helpful :>

http://forums.hexus....6k-warning.html

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This guide is spot on even though it is in German:

http://www.forumdelu...ad.php?t=497217

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marcus i read that whole thread last week :D ROFL just amazing some of the photographing skills :D

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This guide is spot on even though it is in German:

http://www.forumdelu...ad.php?t=497217

:)



Hey all, I would like to do something similar to what has been done in the above (with the PSU and all my connections) but am wondering what size braiding and heat shrink would be needed for a single wire (can't read German :()

Also, would it be possible to produce a table/guide showing what number of wires fit in which braid size (sorry if already done somewhere/or if I seem think)

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yup i'll second to that^^

And also heres that page trnalated:

http://translate.goo...217&sl=de&tl=en

not the best tranflation ( thnx to google) but better than nothing
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that website, the german forum if you go down the bottem, they is a button to view in google no need for google then :)

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that website, the german forum if you go down the bottem, they is a button to view in English no need for google then :)


got google on the mind by the look of it

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got google on the mind by the look of it


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i clicked that and nothing happened

Oh well, the pictures are pretty useful

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bentleya, can i ask, when you change that option to EN does it actually change anything for you? when I try it the page reloads but still in German...?

Ps that is one big arrow :D


lol, as he repeats matt's comment...

Edited by shwee, 17 December 2008 - 09:17 PM.


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yer it changes it to english, it may depend what browser your using or something, or cookies, well it works for me :)

Mac + Safari = FTW :)

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im going to give it shot on my psu with uv yellow kits

ive bought these two at the min

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...:MEWN:IT&ih=019

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...:MEWN:IT&ih=019

i hope there the correct item to buy for psu modding

just need the pin remover kit i think thats it

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i did my psu will take pics soon all neon uv yellow only item left are the modular molexs

i did encounter a problem i lost concentration and forgot where they go [plug wires]

i did it one by one and still messing it up lol

so i went by the german site for the atx pin and it not as easily layed out as this one http://wiki.xtronics....php/ATX_Pinout in the end i uncliped every wire from atx plug then redid it with the wiki one and did it easily and psu fire up before when i tested it wouldnt thats when i realized i mess up again when reading the german site:)

also there has to be that one pesky wire that would come out the tool was in correct just wouldnt fully come out and i pulled a b it to hard and the green wire snapped so i patched and taped and braided:) and it works

that 8 hrs straight im having a break lol:D

Edited by ACE1981, 29 January 2009 - 04:18 AM.

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Erm..... am I the only one who had to double take what Aaron had drawn on the image above!!? I nearly deleted it! :P

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When you Braid SATA Cables, do you need to remove the end?

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No, you get specific braid that stretches over the edge.




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