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This is next in my list to buy. Dont really like extensions.

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That's actually surprisingly cheap considering the cost of sleeving supplies and the amount of work that goes into it.
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I don't agree. Sleeving is not that difficult. You can have an entire PSU's worth of sleeving shipped from MDPCX for 50 bucks and sleeve an entire PSU within hours. Making your own cables isn't that hard either.

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The HX sets aren't compatible with the HX650:
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HX1050/HX850/HX750/TX850M/TX750M/TX650M PSUs only.'
A good idea, just not for people like me frown.gif
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yea my 520 isn't there either. but whatever i wasn't going to spend $80 to get sleeved cables, rather just buy a new psu that come with these cables

Are the HX650 and 520 modular? If not, then you have your answer smile.gif

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And I JUST finished remanaging my cables and installing a new AX1200. Guess I best start clipping those zip ties...

Only thing that might make it better would be the ability to get different colors in one pack (like red PCI ad black everything else). Still, this is awesome. Better than extensions because I don't have to deal with extra cabling. And definitely reasonably price.


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I like mixed colors so this is not an option for me but great for others that only need one color.

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Are the HX650 and 520 modular? If not, then you have your answer smile.gif

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I don't agree. Sleeving is not that difficult. You can have an entire PSU's worth of sleeving shipped from MDPCX for 50 bucks and sleeve an entire PSU within hours. Making your own cables isn't that hard either.

Tools, mistakes, time. Add all these and then you see a reason why everyone does not do it.

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Well, then I will shut it now biggrin.gif

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I guess they don't sell as many HX650's as they do higher wattage models frown.gif

I'd definitely buy a set if they made them for the HX650 and I could get them somewhere in the UK tongue.gif



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Man, Corsair, I love you. A sleeved set of cables for an entire PSU line? Sorry, but that's nothing short of awesome. I'm in for these when they become available.

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