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Do Cablemod SE-Series Cables work with all SeaSonic PSUs?

I currently own a SeaSonic M12II 620 W 80+ Bronze PSU. It shipped with really ugly and bulky cables, which is why i want to swap them out for CableMod SE-Series ModFlex Basic Cables. However, after hearing some talk about the risk of using PSU Cables that are not from the manufacturer of the PSU, i wasnt sure anymore, so i checked the Compatability List on Cablemod.com. I doesn't list the M12II. Is it just not listed or incompatible? Thank you for any answers.

 

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The M12II is one of the few SeaSonic-branded units not actually made by SeaSonic, as I recall. It's an older design farmed out to FSP I think.

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Just now, Middcore said:

The M12II is one of the few SeaSonic-branded units not actually made by SeaSonic, as I recall. It's an older design farmed out to FSP I think.

Is the pinout different between SeaSonic and FSP?

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Just now, 1715k said:

Is the pinout different between SeaSonic and FSP?

 

Don't know. Probably? FSP isn't on the CableMod compatibility list at all. If you can't verify compatibility, don't take the risk. 

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Just now, Middcore said:

 

Don't know. Probably? FSP isn't on the CableMod compatibility list at all. If you can't verify compatibility, don't take the risk. 

Okay, thanks for your help.

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@1715k this model we haven't actually verified unfortunately so we wouldn't be certain of the pinouts on it. As such, and as @Middcore mentioned, you shouldn't take a risk as it could be different. We do offer extensions that are cheaper and offer more universal compatibility. Definitely would recommend checking these out. :)

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