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    Pre-Braided PSUs?

    As the title says really, is there anywhere that sells Pre-Braided PSUs? I really want a braided PSU, but sadly I do not have the confidence with electrical wires so that I could do it myself.

    Ive looked in the usual shops, but no luck

    Any info will be greatly appreciated!

    Tom

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    I'm not sure, but I think Dabs.com will have the ThermalTake Butterfly psu somewhere on the site

    They're pre-braided iirc.

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    All but the smallest ThermalTake are braided (3xx watt)
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    My 420W job only has the ATX cable braided

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    thats what i ment , forgot to state it though

    Your looking for fully braided PSUs ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Braiding is a easy thing to do as long as you take your time Razor
    Someone left a note on a piece of cake in the fridge that said, "Do not eat!". I ate the cake and left a note saying, "Yuck, who the hell eats paper ?

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    In the UK the thermaltake butterfly as theo stated is the only one i think, that has different colour braids rather than one uniform colour for the PSU, shame there isnt more, in the US you can get really nice ones such as modular braded PSU's, mmmm
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    Originally posted by Barry
    Braiding is a easy thing to do as long as you take your time Razor
    Mine turned out rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish All my brades have either frayed or the heatshrink hasnt held :/
    I dont like sig pics so i turn off sigs Which doesnt help when i dont know what ive written here! DOH!

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    Originally posted by Bindibadgi
    Mine turned out rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish All my brades have either frayed or the heatshrink hasnt held :/

    It doe's that if you don't make a tight fit between the braid and heatshrink, I used cable ties and sealed the braid (hot melted) and folded it under it's self.
    Someone left a note on a piece of cake in the fridge that said, "Do not eat!". I ate the cake and left a note saying, "Yuck, who the hell eats paper ?

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    Kustom will do it for you, I'm sure.
    The good thing is that if they do they will take over the warranty (even removing /replacing the molexes to braid technically invalidates it).

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    are u sure kustom do that? cant find anything on their site

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    Originally posted by PanzerKnight
    are u sure kustom do that? cant find anything on their site
    I know that it is not on the site but I am sure that some one asked in the forum before.
    send Graeme an email.

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    cool, will do that later on, been eyeing up a new psu so would be cool if they could tart it up for me

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    Originally posted by Barry
    It doe's that if you don't make a tight fit between the braid and heatshrink, I used cable ties and sealed the braid (hot melted) and folded it under it's self.
    i did that, and it still came off
    I dont like sig pics so i turn off sigs Which doesnt help when i dont know what ive written here! DOH!

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    make the heatshrink tight enough? (hairdryer)
    Someone left a note on a piece of cake in the fridge that said, "Do not eat!". I ate the cake and left a note saying, "Yuck, who the hell eats paper ?

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    Soldering irons work better with heatshrink
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