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Looking for a PSU and cable management advice (SATA cables)
I just installed a fourth hard drive in my PC and noticed... damn, that's a lot of cables. (Case: Corsair 760T)
But the problem is that my power supply, (RM650 by Corsair) has terrible cables, difficult to bend and handle
and it worries me that someday a SATA connector might break.
So I'm looking to buy another power supply, maybe the Corsair cable Kit (but is it worth it? looks expensive to me https://amzn.com/B00BJMDIDY)
or any other power supply that includes cables easy to bend and handle, anything from 650w to 850w.
Also a good SATA cable.
You can take a look at my cable mess here http://imgur.com/a/NAbuB
Last edited by AOD_subadaga; 06-25-2016 at 05:37 PM.
"If you cut out a man's tongue you only prove you fear what he has to say"
Jack Kevorkian for White House Physician
I would recommend a custom cable set for your power supply just make sure they are the ones for your unit or it can cause major problems. It can get expensive so only get the ones you need rather than a full set. They are pricey for an obvious reason but so much more pliable than stock cables.
I like using performance pc's because they're in state and I can drive for my bigger orders, there are a few others out there I will link a few. You can also get combs for your main cables if you're into that thing.
If you need any further assistance feel free to ask.
Here is my case with EVGA's cable set. The back and bottom isn't fully managed yet because I have some future plans in the coming week but my SSD's are mounted flat with the back of the case and I see you have space to do yours. If you want I would suggest some double sided tape if you don't plan on moving them around a lot.