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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-17-2019, 11:15 PM - Thread Starter
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Do any PSUs use 16 or 14 AWG any more?

Title says it all. Are all modern units using 18 AWG in PCI-E and/or their main AC cables?
Not many if all list the specs to that degree on their sites.

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Get custom cables if you must have bigger wires. You would have to as manufacturers or check yourself. Never seen a list of such specs for PSUs made by customers.
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Get custom cables if you must have bigger wires. You would have to as manufacturers or check yourself. Never seen a list of such specs for PSUs made by customers.
Ok thanks

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