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Thread: Pros & Cons of buying a none modular PSU and cutting/removing unneeded cables?

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    Re: Pros & Cons of buying a none modular PSU and cutting/removing unneeded cables?

    if you have a old ford and don't know too much about computers you would probably think they plugs are just going to melt and not bother buying a modular PSU

    while having cheap plugs like in some cars, I could understand the cable length affecting the power output, especially with 2 or more rails

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    Re: Pros & Cons of buying a none modular PSU and cutting/removing unneeded cables?

    As the OP has contributed to this thread for a while, and it has gone off on a rather unproductive tangent, I'm closing it.

    If the OP would like it re-opened, he can PM me and I'll gladly do so.
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