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Old 23-01-09, 09:57 AM
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Now all I have to do is convert the metric measurements into American Standard measurements.
I'll put imperial ones up too when I've got all the sizes sorted. I thought americans loved their measurement system

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Nice detailed guide matey. Sleeving is one of those jobs I absolutely hate doing, but always love the end results. If you can spare a few hours it's well worth the effort.
Thanks, I actually like doing it except when theres just too much to sleeve

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But I swear i've seen this guide somewhere else =/, not saying you stole it but I can't remember!
Well if you ever need proof I can show you more pictures of those things I've braided in the same setup/place to prove I didn't

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Old 23-01-09, 11:21 AM
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+reps, Epic guide. Really informative and will definitely be following this if I ever braid my fan wires.

Could you make a guide on how to make multiple fans power from one 3pin connector? With your writing skills that should help a lot of new watercoolers with >=240mm rads.
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Old 23-01-09, 11:30 AM
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Fantastic guide. Exactly how they all should be done.
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Old 23-01-09, 11:30 AM
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+reps, Epic guide. Really informative and will definitely be following this if I ever braid my fan wires.

Could you make a guide on how to make multiple fans power from one 3pin connector? With your writing skills that should help a lot of new watercoolers with >=240mm rads.
That I can do, I'll go find some spare fans I can use

Oh and thanks to whoever stickied this
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Old 23-01-09, 05:23 PM
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[QUOTE=name='moogle']I'll put imperial ones up too when I've got all the sizes sorted. I thought americans loved their measurement system

The Americans always have to be different. Not necessairly better just different.Never understood what was better about this system.
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Old 23-01-09, 05:31 PM
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All praise the metric system Everything is a power of 10 which makes conversion easy as pie. Really easier than being a power of 2.44205q34p5972-9852t something. Well, something near that at least.
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Old 23-01-09, 05:36 PM
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All praise the metric system Everything is a power of 10 which makes conversion easy as pie. Really easier than being a power of 2.44205q34p5972-9852t something. Well, something near that at least.
Exactly my point!
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Old 23-01-09, 08:18 PM
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Nice guide there moogle
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Old 23-01-09, 10:36 PM
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Never understood what was better about this system.
Helps you guys with your fractions?

I added the recommended sizes list onto it and did some searching for the imperial sizes for you

Been busy cleaning my room as bits of my pc came back. You know how it is, the excitement of receiving new stuff

I'll be adding more pics soon of sata cables sleeved.

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Old 23-01-09, 10:38 PM
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Thanks again for doing all of this.
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