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Short cables for NZXT Fully Modular PSU?

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Hi guys,

I'm looking at moving to an ITX build so as with all full size ATX PSU's the stock cables are way to long, with this being modular does anyone know of any short cable kits that are compatible?

Thanks
 

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That's a tough one, as you are wanting a custom set.

I see Nzxt does not offer any, and what you see on the shelf are typically extensions, not made to connect to the power supply.

IMHO you have three ways to go.

Cheapest: depends on skill level, but the tools and bits are available to shorten your cables. Risk is high, but cool project.

Midrange: talk to some of the custom cable makers. It is not going to be cheap, but you can pick colors, material, etc. Someone else does the work, all you have to do is read a tape measure and possibly deal with basic math. Will also need to find a diagram of the PSU pin layout. May even surpass the last way, depending on how custom you go.

Expensivist: look for a PSU maker with said kits. I know, for Instance, Silverstone did/does. Simply buy a new PSU, buy the cable kit, install Legos and move forward.
 
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Hi guys,

I'm looking at moving to an ITX build so as with all full size ATX PSU's the stock cables are way to long, with this being modular does anyone know of any short cable kits that are compatible?

Thanks
what model? looking at an NZXT c-series review, it maybe a seasonic focus in disguise. if so, looking on the seasonic page
since the focus is interchangable(? check my work please!) w/ the SGX (sff psu) then you may, might, hopefully (enough hope in there?) use those on the NZXT model. however a big if is if NZXT product manger made any shortcuts changes.

looking at cablemod, one of the few i'd trust, SSF cables are completely absent, really they just do corsair and evga. so anything might be more expensive than the PSU itself.

going for that DIY like sneekypete mentioned is a option - there ar plenty of custom cable vids on you tube and the part (probably just the terminals) would be list in the intel ATX psu guide - the pci-e add in card stuff is a different doc but those same ~8 amp terminals are the same to EPS but again check my work. and just about all product page, on digikey and mouser, have pdf for what and how to properly, strip, crimp and insert the terminal. the knowledge is there, just skills and desire is needed. ;)

really get some paracord, heatshrink and heatgun to pimp it out too. since its a project anyhow . . . :)
 
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what model? looking at an NZXT c-series review, it maybe a seasonic focus in disguise. if so, looking on the seasonic page
since the focus is interchangable(? check my work please!) w/ the SGX (sff psu) then you may, might, hopefully (enough hope in there?) use those on the NZXT model. however a big if is if NZXT product manger made any shortcuts changes.

looking at cablemod, one of the few i'd trust, SSF cables are completely absent, really they just do corsair and evga. so anything might be more expensive than the PSU itself.

going for that DIY like sneekypete mentioned is a option - there ar plenty of custom cable vids on you tube and the part (probably just the terminals) would be list in the intel ATX psu guide - the pci-e add in card stuff is a different doc but those same ~8 amp terminals are the same to EPS but again check my work. and just about all product page, on digikey and mouser, have pdf for what and how to properly, strip, crimp and insert the terminal. the knowledge is there, just skills and desire is needed. ;)

really get some paracord, heatshrink and heatgun to pimp it out too. since its a project anyhow . . . :)

It's a C650 I have.
 
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It's a C650 I have.
well assuming its the same as the 750 in the review and if you can confirm the pin outs w/multimeter, you might be in business:

you follow what i'm throwing down? ;)
 
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