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CableMod Launches DIY Cable Extensions

ModFlex™ Sleeved Wires and Connectors Bring Infinite Possibilities

(May 26, 2015) – Since the very beginning, CableMod has been introducing new ways for enthusiasts to customize their PCs with a wide selection of premium cable kits. Today, CableMod is bringing customization to the next level by introducing CableMod ModFlex™ Sleeved Wires and CableMod Connector Packs – two items, when combined, allow users to customize their very own cable extensions.

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CableMod ModFlex Sleeved Wires come with the very same ModFlex™ Sleeving that is featured on the award-winning CableMod Premium Cable Kits. These sleeved wires come without heatshrink to ensure a clean look, and each one is precision cut for optimal results. Each pack comes with four wires, so it’s easy to mix and match the colors you want.

To complement these sleeved wires are CableMod Connector Packs. Five main connector types are available, and each pack comes with one male and one female connector – enough for one cable extension.

Making your own custom cable extension is easy. Each end of the sleeved wire is protected by a color-coded silicone sheath. Simply remove the protective sheath, match that color with the color indicated on the connector, and plug the wire in – it’s that easy. With CableMod ModFlex Sleeved Wires and CableMod Connector Packs, making your very own great-looking custom cable extension can be accomplished in minutes.

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CableMod ModFlex Sleeved Wires are available in three different lengths, and 11 luscious colors:

Sleeved Wire Colors

  • Black
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Orange
  • White
  • Light Green
  • Light Blue
  • Purple
  • Silver
  • Yellow

Sleeved Wire Lengths

  • 8″ (20cm)
  • 16″ (40cm)
  • 24″ (60cm)

CableMod Connector Packs will offer the following connector types:

Connector Types

  • 24 pin ATX
  • 8 pin EPS
  • 4 pin ATX
  • 6 pin PCI-e
  • 8 pin PCI-e

To see the entire selection of sleeved wires and connectors, head over to the official CableMod website at http://cablemod.com/

 

14 Comments

  1. Zenneth chou June 24, 2015 Reply

    Hello im from Taiwan and i wanted to buy a green and black sleeve for my razer build my power supply is corsair rm 750 and i hope its compatible I wonder where I can buy it in my region?

  2. Ben Haube July 5, 2015 Reply

    When will these be available to purchase? I am very Interested.

  3. Dominik July 14, 2015 Reply

    Is there a cpu power cable extension kit aswell

    • Author
      admin July 14, 2015 Reply

      You can assemble your own CPU power cable extension. Just choose the 4 pin ATX or 8 pin EPS connectors (depending on your build) and get our sleeved wires to complete your own cable! The connectors we offer can be found here: http://cablemod.com/products/?filter_product-category=57

  4. Angelo July 26, 2015 Reply

    Hi, I purchased light green diy cable extensions. Very pleased with the quality. Only thing is the green is a bit too light for my tastes, doesn’t really match geforce LEDs. Still a good product.

    Thanks

    • Author
      admin July 26, 2015 Reply

      Thanks for the feedback Angelo, and glad you are pleased with the quality!

  5. Jason Morris September 25, 2015 Reply

    Hi,
    Loving my existing white cables but need more so will you be doing molex and sata connectors in the future?
    thanks.

    • Author
      admin September 26, 2015 Reply

      Hi Jason!

      Molex and SATA are a bit tricky due to the way they are constructed. They aren’t as easy to assemble as the other cables, and because of this, we are still looking for a way to make these in a way where users can do it at home with good results. Once we have a solution, you can be sure we will offer it. 🙂

  6. Adam March 2, 2016 Reply

    Hi i was wondering if you fellas were planning on doing 20 pin pin header. because my board only supports 20 pin rather than 24 🙁

    • Author
      admin August 31, 2016 Reply

      Hi Adam. Please send your request to our support team at support@cablemod.com and we will see what we can do!

  7. Marcus August 31, 2016 Reply

    Hi,
    How do i remove the wire from the connector without breaking it?
    I forgot to put in my cable combs

    Thanks Marcus

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