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Is modular the way to go for sleeving?

post #1 of 5
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So, I've been seeing all the mods that you guys have been doing, and I find it amazing, and want to do it myself, on my next build, but just wanted to know, is it better to have a modular PSU, rather then one with all the cables going into the PSU?

Thanks for the help!
post #2 of 5
really it does not matter ,

yes modular is easier and more relaxing cause you can just relax with just the cable and do it and is
more calming

non modular is a bit of a pain trying to make all the cables look clean at the part where it goes into the psu


so this depends on you , the case, how OCD you are ;p and yea ahahha




-ROG
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
Alright thanks! I figured that Modular would be easier, and ya I was thinking I'd get a little paranoid about the ones going into the PSU.

Thanks again!
post #4 of 5
no problem man , any issues are questions just PM me tongue.gif
post #5 of 5
If you have the option of modular or non modular, it will save a lot of headaches if you go modular. Plus, to do a great looking sleeving job (IMO) you have to sleeve the wires all the way inside the PSU case to get a seamless look, meaning you have to open the PSU, which voids the warranty. With modular you can just make your own cables and tuck the stock ones away, making is so much easier to RMA if that need ever arises. smile.gif
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