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 24" PCIe LEADS  
6-pin PCI-e connector (black)
60cm (24"), 16AWG wires (yellow and black)
stripped ends on wire  (0.5cm)
Good for loads up to 300W
Ideal for server power supply conversions


1-4 units: $3.45 each
5-10 units: $2.80 each
11-16 units: $2.45 each
17-24 units: $2.15 each
50 units: $1.80 each
100 units: $1.60 each
200 units+ $1.50 each


 24"  PCIe-to-PCIe
2x 6-pin PCI-e connector (black)
60cm (24"), 16AWG wires (yellow and black)
One PCIe connector at each end
Good for loads up to 300W
Ideal for breakout boards or modular power supplies where you need a cable with a connector at each end


1-4 units: $3.60 each
5-10 units: $2.95 each
11-16 units: $2.55 each
17-24 units: $2.30 each
50 units: $1.95 each
100 units: $1.74 each
200 units+ $1.63 each



OUT OF STOCK

 6" Y-SPLITTERS  [/b]
3x PCIe connectors (M-F-M) (one 6pin feeding 2x 6+2pin)
2x 4" 18awg legs/branches
Good for loads up to 160W/branch or 300W combined
Ideal for powering GPUs that require 8-pin connectors for optimum power
http://i63.tinypic.com/51rkzr.jpg

1-4 units: $3.50 each
5-10 units: $2.80 each
11-16 units: $2.45 each
17-24 units: $2.15 each
50 units: $1.80 each
100 units: $1.60 each
200 units+ $1.50 each
[/s]  6" Y-SPLITTERS  
3x PCIe connectors (M-F-M)
2x 6" 18awg legs/branches
Good for loads up to 160W/branch or 300W combined
Ideal for powering multiple lower-draw connectors
http://i.imgur.com/41bLeGvl.jpg  http://i.imgur.com/akH17AOl.jpg

1-4 units: $3.50 each
5-10 units: $2.80 each
11-16 units: $2.45 each
17-24 units: $2.15 each
50 units: $1.80 each
100 units: $1.60 each
200 units+ $1.50 each




These are solid connectors and far superior to many power supply cables or cheap wiring found in some 18awg cables. The 16awg cable is capable of supplying 300W without significant heating up of the wires, and I've tested them at over 320W without failure (at that load active cooling of the wires is advised). Ive been able to run an antminer S5 using a pair of 16awg cables and a pair of splitters to distribute power to all 4 connectors at stock speeds. DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that I claim no liability on these claims and correct cable operation (installation and monitoring for heat or problems) is the full responsibility of the buyer.

SHIPPING FROM TORONTO, CANADA

SHIPPING:
CANADA
1-4 units:  $6
5-10 units: $10
11-16 units: $13
17-24 units:
2-3 day tracked expresspost : $25
3-6 days untracked : $16

50 units:
2-3 day tracked expresspost : $42
3-6 days untracked : $28


USA
1-4 units:  $10
5-10 units: $13
11-16 units: $15
17-24 units
2-3 day tracked expresspost : $40
6day tracked expedited: $26

50 units
2-3 day tracked expresspost : $65
6day tracked expedited: $40


FIXED-PRICE SPECIALS:
4 cables and basic US shipping = $25
8 cables and basic US shipping = $34 (add $1.50 if PCIe-PCIe)
16 cables and basic US shipping = $52.50 (add $2.50 if PCIe-PCIe)
24 cables and tracked US shipping = $75 (add $4 if PCIe-PCIe)
32 cables and tracked US shipping = $95 (add $5 if PCIe-PCIe)
50 cables and tracked US shipping = $130 (add $7 if PCIe-PCIe)

I might be able to get the shipping rates a bit lower on certain quantities depending what the post office can offer - feel free to ask for a quote if you want a special order. mix-and-match is allowed.

 DROP-SHIPPING
drop-shipment is available on orders of 200-10,000 pcs. It is more cost effective (>1.20/cable) but takes longer to arrange, usually about 8-12 business days between payment and delivery

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April 10, 2014, 02:45:10 PM
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20 sold already in <24hrs!

I am away from the 14-21st, so if you are interested i can only accept and ship order up till sunday evening, otherwise outstanding requests will ship on the 22nd

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Any chance of you getting 8 pin cables?
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LOL "the garbage 18AWG connectors found on ebay"  You better not be referring to my pristine cables fool. 

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LOL "the garbage 18AWG connectors found on ebay"  You better not be referring to my pristine cables fool. 

not sure which those are. I just know ive had an '8pin ATX to 6pin PCIe' cable burst into flames within 5 minutes of turning on the power supply, and only 200W of load through the connector (which actually had 8 18awg wires). I also cut open a molex->pcie wire that was labelled as 18awg and the inside wire is much thinner than a sewing needle.

These 16AWG wires are good quality, and are fully capable of carrying a high current without heating up or failing

24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461 also selling 6" M-F-M PCIe splitters and PCIe-PCIe
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Any chance of you getting 8 pin cables?

I dont see much point in an 8pin cable - no ASIC hardware uses them, and most GPUs use only 6pin anyhow. The extra 2 pins are both black GND wires and AFAIK the GPUs with 8pin sockets will run fine with only a 6pin cable

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April 17, 2014, 01:35:16 PM
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Got mine!  Thanks Klondike!!! 

Works great... still have to use braided extensions to reach my S1's, but I used these to replace my thinner Monoprice PCI-E cables to HP Server Power Supplies.


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Got mine!  Thanks Klondike!!! 

Works great... still have to use braided extensions to reach my S1's, but I used these to replace my thinner Monoprice PCI-E cables to HP Server Power Supplies.



if i do another batch of these I will get them in 2ft lengths to make extensions less necessary  (4ft may also be possible but likely require a pre-order or 'on request')

lots of these available still to ship when i gt home from holiday Monday!  (about 65 left)

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LOL "the garbage 18AWG connectors found on ebay"  You better not be referring to my pristine cables fool. 

not sure which those are. I just know ive had an '8pin ATX to 6pin PCIe' cable burst into flames within 5 minutes of turning on the power supply, and only 200W of load through the connector (which actually had 8 18awg wires). I also cut open a molex->pcie wire that was labelled as 18awg and the inside wire is much thinner than a sewing needle.

These 16AWG wires are good quality, and are fully capable of carrying a high current without heating up or failing

yikes it is troubling that people would sell things and lie about them!  No thicker than a sewing needle might be 22 gauge or less!   Huh

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LOL "the garbage 18AWG connectors found on ebay"  You better not be referring to my pristine cables fool.  

not sure which those are. I just know ive had an '8pin ATX to 6pin PCIe' cable burst into flames within 5 minutes of turning on the power supply, and only 200W of load through the connector (which actually had 8 18awg wires). I also cut open a molex->pcie wire that was labelled as 18awg and the inside wire is much thinner than a sewing needle.

These 16AWG wires are good quality, and are fully capable of carrying a high current without heating up or failing

yikes it is troubling that people would sell things and lie about them!  No thicker than a sewing needle might be 22 gauge or less!   Huh


I'm the guy with pterodactyl teeth cables.  http://r.ebay.com/vnn6Hq

16 gauge and they work with your cables i think....





We should team up and do business

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LOL "the garbage 18AWG connectors found on ebay"  You better not be referring to my pristine cables fool.  

not sure which those are. I just know ive had an '8pin ATX to 6pin PCIe' cable burst into flames within 5 minutes of turning on the power supply, and only 200W of load through the connector (which actually had 8 18awg wires). I also cut open a molex->pcie wire that was labelled as 18awg and the inside wire is much thinner than a sewing needle.

These 16AWG wires are good quality, and are fully capable of carrying a high current without heating up or failing

yikes it is troubling that people would sell things and lie about them!  No thicker than a sewing needle might be 22 gauge or less!   Huh


I'm the guy with pterodactyl teeth cables.  http://r.ebay.com/vnn6Hq

16 gauge and they work with your cables i think....


these cables would definitely be compatible!

LOTS of cables still for sale! They work great and the tinned ends make soldering as easy as it gets

24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461 also selling 6" M-F-M PCIe splitters and PCIe-PCIe
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are these the cables your selling? can you psu cables 16awg? for verus different psu's? i'd be interested in a few or 10 hehe

not sure if you are asking about my cables (bare wires to PCIe) or the PCIe to 5mm jacks in the image.

I am still selling the wires in my first post, and they are 16awg. terrific for linking a server or specialized 12V source to a PCIe compatible miner

24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461 also selling 6" M-F-M PCIe splitters and PCIe-PCIe
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Any chance of getting updated pictures? The OP shows invalid image?

Thanks
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Any chance of getting updated pictures? The OP shows invalid image?

Thanks

fixed - guess the uploaded link died after a certain time period. Smiley

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My original batch of cables is pretty much sold out completely!

I am preparing to order a new batch with revised design that will be 36", 16awg, and the ends will NOT be tinned to allow better twisting and flexibility (0.75cm stripped at the tips)

I expect I will be able to sell these for a similar price as the original batch/listing, perhaps for slightly less.  If you are interested in 50+ units please email me and I will be able to secure a larger order and pass on the bulk savings. The last batch was only 100 units and so far I am looking at 400+ units demand this time around.

I am also looking into Y-splitters made with 16awg cable

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I'm interested in possibly picking up some of these (8?, enough for 4 Antminer S1's). Any ETA on when these will be available?

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Any chance of you getting 8 pin cables?

I dont see much point in an 8pin cable - no ASIC hardware uses them, and most GPUs use only 6pin anyhow. The extra 2 pins are both black GND wires and AFAIK the GPUs with 8pin sockets will run fine with only a 6pin cable

Got 10 r9 290s that I have to connect both the 8 pin and the 6 pin power connectors.

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I I just got pricing for a new batch of 24" 16awg wires with 0.75cm stripped ends - in bulk I can do 50/$90 or 100/$160, plus shipping (around $25 4-7day ground or $45 and its 2-3 day express, but i would have to confirm the exact weight/cost.  I can probably be reshipping next week, likely by tuesday.

I can also order Y-splitters made with 18awg (M-F-M) for 10/$25, 25/$40.


I am also selling smaller quantities at the same pricing model as the 30cm/1' cords, so consider the extra 1' length a feature of having a more dedicated bulk customer base Wink

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June 09, 2014, 01:07:31 PM
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Can you make these with a male plug on one end and a female plug on the other? Interested in some for extensions.

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