Thursday, February 4th 2016

BitFenix Announces the Alchemy 2.0 Cables

Introduction of Alchemy sleeved cables allowed many end users customized their computers. Now, BitFenix is ready to help ease modding with Alchemy 2.0 Sleeved Cable Kit. With input from some of the world's most prolific case modders, BitFenix Alchemy Modular Multisleeved Cables offer a premium ultra-dense weave and a unique multisleeved construction for an unparalleled look. These premium cables feature precision molded connectors and come in a variety of colors and cable types, enabling modders to transform normal PCs into objects of wonder.

Alchemy 2.0 quality is manufactured to premium standards with the use of premium materials. These connectors use High Current Alloy Terminals to provide the best connection on the terminal and minimize the efficiency drop in modular connections. Using pure copper strand cables that are up to 16AWG thick, Alchemy 2.0 reduces the resistance while increasing efficiency in modular cables.
The premium quality of Alchemy 2.0 cables is achieved through a heat shrink-less sleeving process. The special cables used in the manufacturing improve the flexibility of the sleeved cables and extend the lifetime of the product.

To improve aesthetics, Alchemy 2.0 cable kits come with rubber cable combs which prevent damage to the sleeve unlike plastic combs. These combs can be cut into different sizes to fit with different cables.

Alchemy 2.0 sleeved cables are designed to replace the standard modular cables of the modular power supplies from the major brands. Each kit contains a set of standard modular cables for the specific power supply and five rubber cable combs. Alchemy 2.0 Cable kits come in six models supporting six different modular power supply series.
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14 Comments on BitFenix Announces the Alchemy 2.0 Cables

#1
micropage7
looks nice, i may consider this product, just plug and there you go
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#2
Chaitanya
Finally Bitfenix decides to compete with Cablemods PSU specific cables. I really would like any one of these offer option for custom cables like 1/2/3x Sata connector with different length option and connector angle.
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#3
wolar
Why not Superflower leadex PSU's .. feelsbadman :(
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#4
stinger608
Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder
I see they support the Seasonic power supplies! Hard to find decent cables for Seasonic's
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#5
Chloe Price
Great, going to buy a Supernova 750G2, I hope these will be available in Finland too.
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#6
semantics
Replaces many of the original cables supports seasonic XP2 series quite interested just need to figure out when and where to buy.
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#7
Sanjaya
It is available at Caseking.de and Overclockers.co.uk at the moment I think. Should be available in other regions soon as well.
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#8
bonehead123
My question is why can't they make the actual connectors the same color as the cable sleeves ?

Whats the point of having pretty, colored sleeves only to end up with a black connectors, which are the same as OEM cables (which are F*UGLY in a red/green/white themed rig with other colored components (mobo, ram etc.......)

It aint that hard to add color to plastic/pvc/vinyl materials nowdays and doesn't add much to the cost....they do it with their cases !
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
What's different about these? BitFenix has been selling sleeved cables of different colors, separate from their PSU's for awhile now.

They look exactly the same as the ones I have had on my wishlist in Newegg for 6 months.
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#10
vega22
rtwjunkie said:
What's different about these? BitFenix has been selling sleeved cables of different colors, separate from their PSU's for awhile now.

They look exactly the same as the ones I have had on my wishlist in Newegg for 6 months.
these aint extenders they are replacement cables that go from psu to device.

like those someone made for corsair couple of years back.
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
vega22 said:
these aint extenders they are replacement cables that go from psu to device.

like those someone made for corsair couple of years back.
Ah, ok thanks.
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#12
Octopuss
I'd buy some of this if it ever finds way into this banana republic.
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#13
ypsylon
Well as a user of Bitfenix Alchemy 1.0 I must say. On a plus size - sleeving is superbly done, on the minus side connectors are sometimes idiotically tight. Molex in particular. You squeeze and squeeze and it doesn't budge. Bit overkill. Need some middle ground with this issue.
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Sanjaya
ypsylon said:
Well as a user of Bitfenix Alchemy 1.0 I must say. On a plus size - sleeving is superbly done, on the minus side connectors are sometimes idiotically tight. Molex in particular. You squeeze and squeeze and it doesn't budge. Bit overkill. Need some middle ground with this issue.
Molex are always kind like that on extentions. one trick i do is rather than connecting it straight, i keep one lengthy side first and then try to connect. much easier
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