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post #201 of 249 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 12:26 AM
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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.

Yeah thats the only thing. You probably wont use all the cables. How's the NZXT extensions compared to Bitfenix Alchemy?

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Yeah thats the only thing. You probably wont use all the cables. How's the NZXT extensions compared to Bitfenix Alchemy?

I think those Bitfenix one are more flexible at the end. Those NZXT I got are beautiful. (white one)



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Here is a pic with the Corsair sleeved cables, and the NZXT extension for the 24-pin. I went with the NZXT because it has the little bit of black heatshrink on the end like the Corsair cables do. Looks like they were made for each other.
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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.

Email a sleeving company and ask them for a quote to get your whole PSU done. I guarantee it will be more than $100. I have NZXT extensions, they look pretty good, but they are not the best quality sleeving material.
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Ordered a set of the black ones for my incoming build, can't wait. biggrin.gif
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Email a sleeving company and ask them for a quote to get your whole PSU done. I guarantee it will be more than $100. I have NZXT extensions, they look pretty good, but they are not the best quality sleeving material.

Or do it yourself and spend $40 on 1000' roll of paracord, use 300' and sell the rest for $0.08-0.10/foot. You'll actually make about $20 from the deal thumb.gif
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gonna do this later after seeing someone else here tie there cables so neatly

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I really really hope Seasonic does this with their PSU, They are pretty much Corsair PSU but better imo.
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Ummm, that's how they make money off you. kookoo.gif
And their products aren't enthusiast, more like stupid gamer.

not sure if serious...

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So who ordered some?

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