CableMod Adds Cooler Master V-Series PSU Cable Sets

You may have heard of CableMod, but if you haven't, CableMod makes sleeved cables that you can use to replace your standard power supply cables for something prettier. And oh yes, they are pretty – you don't need a good photographer to appreciate their work.

The latest news from the company is that it's introducing the cable sets for Cooler Master V-series power supplies. Up until now, sets were available for be quiet! PSUs, as well as EVGA, Corsair and Seasonic units. (Check this page for complete compatibility information.)

Of course, you can always opt to build some cables yourself with the DIY kits, but you'd have to use the cable extensions, and lose the excess clutter from your factory cable elsewhere.

Color options include black, red, yellow, blue, orange, green, white and various two-color combinations.

Each kit includes a 24-pin ATX cable, two 4+4-pin EPS (CPU Power) cables, two dual 6+2 pin PCI-E cables, four single 6+2 pin PCI-e cables, two quad SATA cables of different lengths, a dual SATA cable, a triple Molex cable, a dual Molex cable, and a Molex to Floppy power adapter.

In the U.S., Performance-PCs carries the cables, with most prices sitting at either $89.99 or $99.99 for a complete set. The CM-Series are already in stock.

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Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • tom10167
    looooooool $100 for cables.
  • ragenalien
    I have a green corsair set in my main computer. When the rest of the desktop was over 3K another $100 isn't that much.
  • jaber2
    Didn't find anything in Pink