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Hey everyone. I would like to purchase Nvidia Green sleeved cables. Since I live in Turkey amazon does not ship some products here and the sleeved cables is one of them.

 

Is there another online site that would sell sleeved cables? I also checked modDIY.com and they did not have what I wanted.

 

Thanks in advance.

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I got mine from frozencpu. There are a few sites that sell them I believe.

performancepcs is another.
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Moddiy can customize your order anyway you want, even if they don't have it listed. Start a live chat and ask for Eric. He'll help you out. I highly recommend using Moddiy
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Originally Posted by Gallien View Post

I got mine from frozencpu. There are a few sites that sell them I believe.
performancepcs is another.


Was gonna suggest frozencpu ninja.gif
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post #5 of 30
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Thank you all so much guys +rep

 

I am looking at frozencpu now and there are so many cables that I need to look at them one by one.

 

I also tried live chat at moddiy but i guess it is offline. I will try tomorrow

 

I know that I will need

 

1 24pin cable that goes to the motherboard

2 6pin cables that goes to the GPU

1 8pin cable that powers the CPU. Is that 8 pin cable extension actually different than the 6pin GPU extension cable?

post #6 of 30
Yes, the 6-pin and 8-pin are definitely different cables. Never try and just "get by" when it comes to power supply affairs
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I think frozencpu and performancepcs is WAY overpriced. Since you only have those cables, I would suggest just going with Moddiy or doing it yourself. I got a whole cable set for my x750 for only 90 dollars from Moddiy...
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Probably cheaper to do it yourself.
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post #9 of 30
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BiscuitHead View Post

Yes, the 6-pin and 8-pin are definitely different cables. Never try and just "get by" when it comes to power supply affairs

Ah I see. So i willbe careful. I had already ordered 2 cables before and they are red. 1 is for the GPU and 1 is for the 24pin motherboard. I couldnt order one for the CPU though. The 8 pin one back than. Anyway. Red is nice but I would like the Nvidia Green better.

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Originally Posted by Evilsplashy View Post

I think frozencpu and performancepcs is WAY overpriced. Since you only have those cables, I would suggest just going with Moddiy or doing it yourself. I got a whole cable set for my x750 for only 90 dollars from Moddiy...

I will definitaly get in touch with them tomorrow. Let me drop them an email.

post #10 of 30
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lord Venom View Post

Probably cheaper to do it yourself.


I am kinda scared and I am clumsy doh.gif

 

Is it a piece of cake? Maybe i should drink some redbull have a set of balls of steel and do it myself

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