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  1. I had two similar issues with limited access. The first can only be corrected by your isp provider 1. My ISP had to come out and re-run some wiring and some how the one connector that connects from the inside to the outside became very lose. Once those fixes were applied everything returned to normal. 2. The second issue was due to drivers on my network card were not getting along with Windows. I could never get a proper fix for this due to most of the issues were at Windows 8.1 end. Once Windows 10 was applied it seemed to fix most of the problems, from time to time th
  2. Everything still ships out of there one warehouse in the US. Free Shipping method is standard post which can take some time getting from one country to another.
  3. Yes and No. It's will be based on how the LED's are wired. Some of the controllers use different setup then Motherboard headers. I'm not sure what setup Gigabyte uses for Fusion headers. RGB350 does say Compatible with Gigabyte. It looks like only there RGB100 and RGB380 series don't work with motherboard header.
  4. https://www.mouser.com/Tools-Supplies/Anti-Static-Control-Products/_/N-5gg4?P=1z0z2wq The site should switch to UK mouser site automatically. If you have the SKU Number enter at the following site and it will show you all the stores that will ship to you locally and wordwide. Link: https://octopart.com/ Digikey is US based, but ships worldwide. International shipping can get very expensive.
  5. The PSU side will only accept 8 key connectors. You do 8-pin to 6-pin (but leave two of the wires off). Slot 7 and 8 which will not be used(There both ground wires).
  6. I would use DarkSide RGB controller, it can plug directly into the PSU. Link: https://www.dazmode.com/store/product-category/lights/rgb-led/ RGB Controller: https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/custom-configurable-colour-dual-rgb-led-controller-with-remote/ or Single version: https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/rgb-controller-44-key-single-power-feed/ 5V RGB Controller(Digital RGB): https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/digital-rgb-8-way-controller-with-remote-control-5v-leds-only/
  7. They use the thinner 16 AWG. Which is around 2mm mark. They also can use 15 AWG from MDPC-X if you request it. Only reason they use 18 AWG is JMT terminals can't properly crimp 16 AWG. The wings are to small to get around the wire(I've tried a few times, Only JMT short Sata works correctly). There are long wing versions which can be used on 16 AWG. JMT does make them not sure why Singularity Computers never added them to there store. I do believe Moddiy carries them. Molex version even though suggested for 18 AWG will work on 16 AWG as long as you don't surpass the 2.6m
  8. Yes, Melting process creates the best hold. You can pull all you want if done properly the sleeving is not coming out. I have a box full of Cablemod cables with sleeving that came out of the terminal. ---------- Terminals: https://www.molex.com/molex/products/datasheet.jsp?part=active/0675810011_CRIMP_TERMINALS.xml ^ These are the highest grade of gold you can get on a Sata terminal. Connectors: https://www.molex.com/molex/products/datasheet.jsp?part=active/0675820000_CRIMP_HOUSINGS.xml For Push Down Style: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/538-
  9. No, since there to many options of colors to pick from. Plus Sleeving is not that complex to start with, I tend to re-sleeve cables that are pre-sleeved already. Real quick examples of my sleeving.
  10. Avoid Plastidip, it peels off very easily. Not to mention the Plastidip can version gunks up very easily. I use Spray paint (Cardinal Paint). The paint is still holding to this date and it's been years since I painted the parts. Some cardinal paint has a texture to it.
  11. Terminals support up to 3mm. Your not putting the sleeving inside the terminals it's goes over the terminal. Take a close look at the photo I posted. Companies like Cablemod do climp there sleeving to the terminal and should not be copied. It creates a bad crimp to the wire. Secondly the sleeving can detach is your not careful. Not to mention the sleeving CableMod uses is paper thin(thinner then Paracord 95). Plus there process is done by machine, it's not something that can be done by hand since melting the sleeving creates a much stronger hold. Going to need
  12. It doesn't matter really for sleeving Since MDPC-X can expand up to 8mm wide. Molex Terminals can't accept anything over 3mm, I personally use 2.5mm wiring. For Cable Combs most of the standard ones accept between 3 to 4mm. Which will accept MDPC-X easily with 2.5mm wiring. I have carbon Fiber Cable combs, Which are currently the highest grade of material you can buy for cable combs. @Mnpctech lurks in the forums from time to time and can explain there combs. Link: https://mnpctech.com/buy-stealth-cable-combs-for-pcs/carbon-fiber-cable-combs/
  13. Yes it can be poured down the drain, You can add water to it before pouring it down the drain if you want to be on the safe side. It is Biodegradable.
  14. Molex site does not list everything just be aware of that. It's better to use Mouser/DigiKey and search Mini Fit Jr. - wire housing - 4.2mm pitch. For Sata/Molex you have to be careful, since EVGA and Conrsair have two completely different keys. Ensource makes the best I've seen that comes very close to Molex. They sell two different versions. Molex is suppose to be making PCiE connector in custom lot order for MDPC-X. Not sure when it will be ready. You can order directly off of MDPC-X that carry everything except PCiE right now. There
  15. That's a bit vague, What exactly are you looking for?