Published on 21st September 2007 by
Originally Posted by Da Dego
2) Say you're looking for something that is unique to your mod. This allows you to choose the connectors that YOU see fit - a 25-pin and some mic jacks are just the tip of the iceberg, really. And, building it yourself allows other stylistic elements that you wouldn't have with a normal PSU.
Originally Posted by dfhaiiSurely choosing connectors that you see fit would involve choosing something which is rated for the current which will be drawn through it? It really can't be hard to get hold of a pair of atx connectors for instance so that it would still be modular but not shifty.
Originally Posted by Da DegoWell, for those of you missing the point or thinking it looks bad, keep in mind that this is an "unpolished" work meant to illustrate how you can do this yourself. It's not even painted, which would make it look a LOT better!
Originally Posted by Da DegoIt *IS* a good warning, though, and people should be careful. Maybe I should include that in the article.
Originally Posted by MrBadideaMaybe you should have an attempt at making the final product look finished, than look like a pile of crap, before you go posting articles about it on a rather large enthusiast-based computer website.
Originally Posted by p3nneat mod but why on earth does the atx power (24pin) need tobe modular?!
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