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I recently purchased a Corsair HX650w Power Supply and the PSU is GREAT! However the modular cables are crap. They are ribbon cables that are intended to be flexible but arent. Is there any place where I can buy 3rd party modular cables. The PSU has 2 6-pin ports and five 5-pin ports. Since I will only be using 1 GPU with this PSU I am looking for a 6-pin to 6-pin or something like that. I would like the cables to be sleved. I heard the HX750w comes with sleved modular cables but I cant seem to find them.
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I'd look at eBay for any kings of modular cables, it's a piece of copper, it doesn't matter which one you take. On an cheaper solution, you can cut the ribbon like we used to do in the IDE days.
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The only caveat would be to use thick enough gauge for the current you are putting through it.

CrazzyRussian, you can try pre-bending the cables. Figure out where they need to go, and over-bend them ahead of time.
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