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I want to get a modular PSU and red cables. I can only find individual cables or a set from corsair for $60. That's half of PSU itself! Is there anywhere to get reasonably priced, pre-sleeved, power cables for a modular PSU?

I'd appreciate the help!
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The cheapest way to do it is to sleeve it yourself. Other than that, just about every psu out there has a unique pinout, making it hard to find a psu specific "set". Most people that aren't sleeving the psu themselves, will end up going with sleeved extensions for just the plugs that can be seen or that they want sleeved. If you are willing to do the work yourself I would look up Lutroo, he is a member here and runs his own sleeving supply buisness. He is the best bet that I have personally dealt with yet.
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You ask Lutr0 or someone to do the sleeving for you.
Getting a whole set of pre-sleeved cable for 60$ is not bad at all...
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post #4 of 10
The $60 set is honestly the cheapest way to do it. A good crimper on it's own is $50, so if you are good with that corsair set I would go that direction. I'm tempted to.
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Thanks everyone. You've been a great help.

One more question..

If I decided to sleeve them myself.. What kind of difficulty is that? On a scale of "simply a time consuming task" to "all of a Saturday tearing my hair out"
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For me it was like 5/10 when it came to difficulty. I sucked at sleeving. Once you learn the method tho, its easy. So Most people get it down quick, lucky them. Time consumption i'd say it depends on how many cables u doing, how nice you want them to look. But if i did know how to do it nicely, probably take less than 3 min for a cable.
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Originally Posted by sliguy0827 View Post

Thanks everyone. You've been a great help.

One more question..

If I decided to sleeve them myself.. What kind of difficulty is that? On a scale of "simply a time consuming task" to "all of a Saturday tearing my hair out"

Depends on your manual dexterity... If you have steady hands and take your time in the beginning should be "simply a time consuming task" if you try to rush it, don't label any of your pinouts, or don't have patience... You'll spend Saturday AND Sunday pulling your hair out. I've sleeved a PSU for someone else before and it can quickly become a daunting task if you don't pay attention... Do your due diligence and research how to sleeve before you actually do it to feel confident.
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post #8 of 10
Check out Lutro0's sleeving guides on his site. Google Lutro0 Very well documented.
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Good deal. Thanks again everyone!
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post #10 of 10
$60 is dirt cheap. I paid more than that for a molex and two sata cables.
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