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post #191 of 249 (permalink) Old 02-06-2012, 10:06 AM
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Well, I have my cables all set up and I must say I am really happy with them. I ordered the red and the black set for my AX1200, and I'm thoroughly satisfied. This is a great offering by Corsair thumb.gif

I want to see how they look too! My build is red and black themed and would like to incorporate them into the build.

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Anyone knows if these cables are compatible with Seasonic X series ?
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Anyone knows if these cables are compatible with Seasonic X series ?

Cables are cables. The wire is still 18awg.
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Anyone knows if these cables are compatible with Seasonic X series ?

The ones for the AX650, AX750, and AX850 are. The rest are not.

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The ones for the AX650, AX750, and AX850 are. The rest are not.

Partly true - the 8 pin CPU, 24 pin ATX and 6+2 pin PCIE connectors are compatible and they are essentially the same as the X series. The 6 pin connectors for molex/sata/etc are not - you will need the 6 pin connectors for the Seasonic PSU.

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Is there any company on earth that pays more attention to its enthusiast customers and what they want better than Corsair? Its like Corsair George sits here on OCN and tells the upper management exactly what we are saying we want and then they build it!

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I dont see it being that much expensive since you get 9 sleeved cables

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I dont see it being that much expensive since you get 9 sleeved cables

The kit is like $100 alone without shipping and taxes. I bought NZXT brand 6 pieces for $45 only. It's really the case something I don't need the complete kits since I won't use all of them.


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