NZXT Intros Cable Starter Kit For Impatient System Builders

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JohnP

Now I have been rolling my own computers for over 20 years now but I will be damned if I can figure out what a VGA cable extension is for. I take it that it has nothing to do with video but is a power extension for graphics cards?
The 8 pin mobo extension would be a great thing to have so I could finally route it under the mobo.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

It's just for aesthetics. The point isnt to 'extend' the cable, its to terminate it on the hardware with a stylish look. The individual sleeved wires just have a nice look that is clean and nice to show off in a windowed computer.

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bpstone

No thank you NZXT. There is black heatshrink with their colored cables. It is more rewarding doing it yourself. If you have a high capacity PSU, then you should not be replacing it anytime soon.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

Aw heck yes! This is exactly what i need. I was explaining to my friend that I just wanted a kit like this instead of individually purchasing each sleeved extension from nzxt's website. Im buying this for sure.

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AETAaAS

Perhaps I'm in a minority but I prefer fewer cables running around. This NZXT kit turns a few single bundle cables into a couple dozen. I love my NZXT Vulcan but this cable kit doesn't work for me.

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Danthrax66

http://www.million-dollar-pc.com/systems-2011/murderbox-mk2/murderbox-mk2.htm

That is why you want those.

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Rookie PC user

Great kit if it works. But if those cables come out too long in your case it's gonna look messy. Better stick to custom sleeve and cut!

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nsvander

Why do I need this? I really don't see a point in this kit.

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bigrigross

Sweet, saves me from buying the 99 dollar kit that Corsair is selling for my AX1200. I dont need all my cables, just the ones listed + another two 6+2 PCI-E cables.

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