I was recommended to you by Nils of mdpc-x.com. I'm requesting your expert opinion on a cabling color scheme based on the pictures I've provided. If you were able to resleeve the red 3ware SATA breakout cable then that would free up more color options. Also, what about rebuilding a SATA/Molex cable from the PSU? It has a proprietary connection, and I can send you this cable to use it's termination to the PSU for rebuilding. It's a cheap black cable as pictured below.
The 9 year old system case's PSU is dead, so the power supply (KingWin
Stryker STR-500) will be placed outside of the system case as shown. It
will likely be placed 1.5' to 2' from the system case. There is an opening
at the top right rear of the system case to allow cables to route inside while
case is closed.
Cable color combination = grand bleu, b-magic, &
Here's my old fanless system that I'm rebuilding.
The 2-pin mod request outlined in the bottom 4 pictures are the main reason I
have contacted you. However, I thought I'd go with custom cables across
the board if you are interested in this project, but what direction I go with
depends on whether you can rebuild the PSU SATA/Molex cable and that red 3Ware
I require a modification to a cable with a 2-pin male terminal. This 2-pin terminal is powered by part of a 24-pin motherboard connection. I have two of these cables for two computer builds. I can send both of the complete cables to you for modification just in case this 2-pin male terminal is not available on the market and this way you will be able to see how it is wired from the 24-pin motherboard cable so that you can determine the correct voltage and amperage.
The pictures below are of a 2-pin cable that came with my
silent/fanless Zalman TNN-500AF case that is required to power on the system by
remote control, probably to power an infrared sensor. The 1st two pictures
are of the 2-pin male cable that I need converted and sleeved (or built new if
you know the exact terminal this is). This
2-pin male cable is powered from a cable that plugs directly into the now dead
PSU of the system case. Note that this 2-pin black and purple cable stems
directly from the PSU end of the 24-pin cable. I can send you this exact
cable shown, or preferably, I'd like you to build 2 of these cables if you know
the exact 2-pin male terminal to order. The final two pictures are of the
female terminal that the 2-pin male cable plugs into.