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    Quote Originally Posted by aandredor View Post
    A question: Why on cybenetics it's written that pci-e cables have 16-18 awg wires?
    Because Wolfie doesn't seem to want to sell me the review cables to find out, I'm going to guess that the x10 front panel 8pins (x2 EPS + x8 GRFX) are all pinned out the same, with let us pretend x4 ground pins in top row / x4 12v bottom row (an otherwise correct pinout for plugging in the 8-wire CPU 8pin)

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    *if so, left-to-right the GRFX cable top row 16g will grab x3 grounds, 4th/5th ground wires are jumped 18g into last slot (x5 ground wires trying to occupy x4 slots/pins = a pair a jumped 18g pair)

    *At the bottom row, 16g grabs x3 12volt + 1 slot unused

    *GRFX 6+2, therefore we might see x6 16g in the 6pin end, x2 18g = the 2pin. On closeup u can see the jumped 18g ground 2pin pair

    Quote Originally Posted by turkey3_scratch View Post
    I'm guessing split end cables. 16 up until it splits into 18.
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    single-8pin type GRFX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass-Olé View Post
    Because Wolfie doesn't seem to want to sell me the review cables to find out
    Why would he want to? He'd get stuck with a psu with no cables...?

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    Yes, I'm having fun with the people who run this place. And in case you don't know how to negotiate? By expressing no interest in the chassis up front, I can offer less for it later in an attempt to grab up the whole thing. It'd either work or wouldn't. Besides, for all I know the review chassis was desoldered to find out what makes it tick, & you can figure out the rest
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    Wolfie's not selling anything anymore. Shipping rates are so high now there's no point, and I don't need the money like I used to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    Wolfie's not selling anything anymore. Shipping rates are so high now there's no point, and I don't need the money like I used to.
    Instead they are just being used for mining

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