Evga Individually Sleeves Cables for its SuperNova PSUs

After recently announcing its SuperNova G2 series power supplies, Evga has announced something more under the SuperNova name, though not a PSU. This time around, Evga has announced a cable set built specifically for the SuperNova G2 and P2 series of PSUs.

This is a set of cables that can be used to replace all the other cables that originally came with the PSU for sleeved cables. All the cables included are fully sleeved with each lead individually sleeved. This can make for some very attractive systems, especially if you have a side window.

In order to ensure that your cable set matches the rest of your hardware, Evga has released the cable set in four colors: black, white, red, and blue.

Included in the set is a single 24-pin ATX cable, two 4+4 pin EPS cables, four 6+2 pin PCIe power cables, two 6+2 pin combined with a 6-pin PCIe power cable, as well as four cables, each with three SATA power connectors, a single cable with three MOLEX connectors, and lastly, a cable with two MOLEX connectors and a single Berg (floppy) connector.

Unfortunately, the set is rather pricy with its MSRP of $89.99. The cable sets are immediately available directly from Evga.

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  • Adroid
    Yea I would probably look for a set of sleeved cables if they didn't cost as much as my PSU. Cool, but too expensive.
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  • someguynamedmatt
    Taking your time and doing a good job of cable management is more important than spending $90 on a set of individually sleeved cables. I frequently use the 380w Antec EarthWatts in my 'hobby' builds (latest was a Thunderbird Slot A build just for the fun of it) and with a little patience I've frequently ended up with a completely bare-wire PSU along with several ribbon cables looking better than just about any quickly-thrown-together high-end setup.

    TL;DR: Spend time working on your own cable management skills instead of throwing money at the PSU and hoping it disappears.
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