Budget sleeving

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  1. russkris

    russkris Member

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    hi gurus.

    Listening I know what ya’ll are going to say. Why bother. Well at least that’s the opinion of a few on the good old Facebook groups.

    I am building my son his first PC, from secondhand and new parts and yeah it not high end to anyone’s imagination but I just wanted to tart it up a bit and hide/cover the exposed cables.

    Any got a budget friend idea to bring some bling to his case.

    Anyways thank for your time to read
     
  2. Winterheart

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    Depends on what cables you're wanting to sleeve. Jaycar have the expandable PPS sleeving relatively cheap, iirc it's about $10.
     
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    russkris

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    At a guess just the 24pin, 4 pin and 8 pin GPU.

    I will pop down and have a lookie in Jaycar.

    Thank you for replying
     
  4. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Yes, USB leds. Don't need a lot of them and some motherboards will even have the headers in-built.
     
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    Not sure this mobo has the headers, but I do have led fans.

    Thanks heaps for the advise and no flames and understanding not everyone can afford a million to build...
     
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