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Corsair Sleeved Modular Cables will work on SeaSonic X Series PSU?

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    kinda expensive.....

    and check both circuit first maybe.....

    may you use BitFenix 24-Pin ATX RED adapters price 8,90 EUR
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    That won't work. Seasonic and Corsair uses different kind of 24pin connector. They split it as 18+10 pin connectors.
     
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    that adapter ist a 1x1 why it should not work ?

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    ^^ it fits on all mobos :toast:

    as i said this is an adapter you still use the original 24pin too
     
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    Oh, I understand now. You mean to use that cables as an adapter.
    I thought you want to plug it directly to the PSU :D

    This is X760 and AX750 24pin cables looks like :

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    i do want that :>

    i mean connect them directly to my psu.
     
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    the only thing where i´m unconfident is, does the cable/pin circuit matches on the PSU side using the corsairs sleeved cables on seasonic
     
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    what i have read and heard is that many Corsair psu's r SeaSonic OEM build psu's or am i wrong?
     
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    i heard about it too, but cannot 100% say it does

    hmmmm u could pin em out, meassure each cable / pin... to make 100% shure..... or atleast change the pins which might not match

    but then u need to purchase it .....

    or get same Kickass MDPC Sleeves like i did

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    but it´s an time expensive work and to burn one's fingers ...... :ohwell:
     
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    Yes, I know the HX 650 and HX 750 are seasonic. Some of the CX and AX series also are seasonic. Corsair only paid for the platform. They made some changes to it that could affect the final product.
     
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