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Topic # 151403 24-Aug-2014 14:37
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I'm looking for someone to sleeve my PC cables in the Wellington/Hutt region. I dont have a modular PSU but I'm more interested in the ATX connectors and GPU connections. I'm not sure if a non modular PSU is a major hurdle here and would rather not have to buy another one for the sake of sleeving but any advice or help is appreciated.


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  Reply # 1116453 27-Aug-2014 13:05
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I've sleeved around 20 power supplies over the past couple of years, some non-modular, but most modular. It' is a lot easier to get the sleeve nice and tight with a modular unit.



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  Reply # 1116469 27-Aug-2014 13:16
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Yeah im considering just buying a new PSU and pre-sleeved extensions

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1116547 27-Aug-2014 14:40
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The quality of pre-sleeved extensions is very poor in comparison to genuine sleeve.

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