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24 minutes ago, Spotty said:

That comes with two PCIe cables that have 2 connectors on the end, plus another two PCIe cables that have a single connector on the end. A total of 6 PCIe connectors. It doesn't have 3 single connector cables so you would need to use a single cable plus a cable with two connectors on it, or 2 single cables and a cable with dual connectors and just have the extra connector tucked away.

 

1 x ATX 24-pin (1x 610 mm)
2 x EPS12V/ATX12V 4+4-pin (2x 750 mm)
4 x PCIe 6+2-pin, dual connector (2x 650 mm)
2 x PCIe 6+2-pin, single connector (2x 650 mm)
8 x SATA (2x 750 mm)
8 x Peripheral (2x 750 mm)

Or could I use both of the 2 x PCIe 6+2-pin, single connector (2x 650 mm) and buy a third one separately?

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18 hours ago, jonnyGURU said:

So it's not even a modular PSU?

 

You're wanting to spend more on cables than the PSU is worth.  Never mind.

it is modular wut you mean 

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18 hours ago, jonnyGURU said:

So it's not even a modular PSU?

 

You're wanting to spend more on cables than the PSU is worth.  Never mind.

i have the cx 750m

modular

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1 minute ago, Dancam38 said:

i have the cx 750m

modular

Ok.  You originally said "CX750".  Not "CX750M".

 

The 24-pin and EPS12V are not modular.  Are you only wanting sleeved PCIe?  I know in my build, you can't even see the 24-pin and EPS12V, so I only have the individually sleeved PCIe.

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im looking for pcie and 24pin white cables

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3 minutes ago, jonnyGURU said:

Not the 24-pin and EPS12V, though.  Are you only wanting sleeved PCIe?  I know in my build, you can't even see the 24-pin and EPS12V, so I only have the individually sleeved PCIe.

im looking for pcie and 24pin white cables

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2nd Pc: CPU: ryzen 5 3600 Motherboard: Gigabyte AB350M-Gaming 3  RAM: 16gb 3000mhz gskill Aegis  GPU: Nvidia gtx 1650super 4gb  Case: Cooler Master MasterBox MB311L ARGB Airflow PSU: corsair cx 550watt 80+ bronze Cooling: Vetroo V5 CPU Air Cooler Storage: adata su635 240gb ssd, seagate 750gb 7200rpm hdd

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Dancam38 said:

im looking for pcie and 24pin white cables

Can't help you with the 24-pin.

 

I don't recommend extensions.

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Just now, jonnyGURU said:

Can't help you with the 24-pin.

 

I don't recommend extensions.

got ones for a 6 and 8 pin pcie

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17 minutes ago, Dancam38 said:

got ones for a 6 and 8 pin pcie

Corsair, CableMod, TitanRig.....

 

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@Dancam38 we have your PSU on our configurator page if you would like cables for it, with white sleeving in both our ModFlex and ModMesh options. 🙂

ModFlex is our softer, more flexible sleeving option. ModMesh is our stiffer, more vibrant sleeving option, which is also UV reactive, as well as a more durable sleeving type. Here are the differences in wire measurements: Classic ModFlex and Classic ModMesh: 3.0mm - Pro ModFlex and Pro ModMesh: 3.4mm

https://store.cablemod.com/configurator/

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7 minutes ago, CableMod said:

@Dancam38 we have your PSU on our configurator page if you would like cables for it, with white sleeving in both our ModFlex and ModMesh options. 🙂

ModFlex is our softer, more flexible sleeving option. ModMesh is our stiffer, more vibrant sleeving option, which is also UV reactive, as well as a more durable sleeving type. Here are the differences in wire measurements: Classic ModFlex and Classic ModMesh: 3.0mm - Pro ModFlex and Pro ModMesh: 3.4mm

https://store.cablemod.com/configurator/

Have you guys considered making a 24-pin extension that isn't a foot long?  Since most people use extensions not to extend (needing a longer cable), but so their 24-pin cable just looks nicer.  I think in MOST cases, you only see about 10 to 15cm at the most, so why not make the extension that short?

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On 3/26/2021 at 1:24 PM, jonnyGURU said:

Have you guys considered making a 24-pin extension that isn't a foot long?  Since most people use extensions not to extend (needing a longer cable), but so their 24-pin cable just looks nicer.  I think in MOST cases, you only see about 10 to 15cm at the most, so why not make the extension that short?

We actually do go as short as 15cm - but we let people use the slider via the configurator freely to choose the lengths that best fits their needs. Agreed though, extensions don't need to be very long in most applications.

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10 hours ago, CableMod said:

We actually do go as short as 15cm - but we let people use the slider via the configurator freely to choose the lengths that best fits their needs. Agreed though, extensions don't need to be very long in most applications.

Nice.  I'll remember that.  I've gotten lazy in my old age and don't customize my own cables as much as I used to.  😄

 

 

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