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post #1 of 249 (permalink) Old 01-22-2012, 10:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Corsair has silently launched a new product line which they announced on Facebook yesterday, individually sleeved modular cables. Yes Corsair has launched their lineup of sleeved cables. Now rather than selling a whole bunch of cables, Corsair is releasing power supply specific upgrade kits. LegitReviews got a chance to see the cables in person:

Since its an upgrade program only, i see only corsair users benefit from it

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$100 a kit for the AX1200. Yikes.



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$100 a kit for the AX1200. Yikes.
That's actually surprisingly cheap considering the cost of sleeving supplies and the amount of work that goes into it.

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Ouch at them prices though.

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Ok here we go white sleeves for my HX650!!
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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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Well now my x750 is no longer needed. AX850 + cables here I come.

Needed to upgrade to 850+ for my next gpu upgrades anyway, now I have even more reason to lol.

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Nvm, look like my HX650 isn't compatible frown.gif.
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