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post #131 of 1308
If Seasonic makes compatible individually sleeved cables, I'd be all over one. Bought my AX850 because of Corsair's ones.
post #132 of 1308
agreed, all cables which were included as that really is a full set. Dang pricey imo mad.gif
post #133 of 1308
Just got my Quote, Seeing that I need 3 of the Dual 6+2 PCI and one more molex and one more sata set of cable brought my total up from 131 and some change to 245.96. Still getting them though,If they are the same quality as my extensions I bought from them, then it will be money well spent.
post #134 of 1308
Wow, that's what I paid for my psu alone. Corsair psu and sleeved wire kit seems a better bang for buck when all cost are added up
post #135 of 1308
Well Just to Update, The total came to $236 even, free shipping.
post #136 of 1308
Wow. That is pricey. Did you get them in standard cable length, or did you get a longer set?
    
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post #137 of 1308
standard, which is 60cm, which is more then enough for me, and if its not, I have extensions.
post #138 of 1308
I see. Thanks for the response.

If ever I do order a set, I'll just request longer 8-pin and 4+4-pin EPS motherboard cables Since the Cosmos II is too large for the default length of the cables. Other than that, everything else in their kit (length-wise) should be fine. Plus, I'll only need just a couple of pairs of PCIe cables for a 2-way SLI setup, if ever, so hopefully I can save up on cost. thumb.gif
    
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post #139 of 1308
No problem, When I'm done I'll post some up dated pics, still need to get some with the second 580 in there.
post #140 of 1308
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Originally Posted by Lu(ky View Post

I was linked this site from a guy that had his X-series wires done and he says they are top of the line to the MDPC brand. I myself have the MDPC sleeving but just really do not have the time to spend a weekend sleeving a PSU myself. So I decided on buying a set from these guys modDIY they have already made sets (HERE) they make up from scratch no need to send in your PSU wires and a set of below pictures is only $95.00 not bad. They also have individual sizes maybe a longer 24-pin and 8-pin etc.. Check them out they also sell the connector as well..

I wish I had seen this before, I would have just went ahead and ordered them. The messed up part is I ordered a tool and full connector package from them, and for not much more (the tool was $50), I could have just had them build the complete cables.

Oh well, I guess I can truly "Do It Yourself".
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