Introducing CableMod® Configurator

Revolutionary online tool makes custom cables point-and-click easy

(April 7, 2016)CableMod – a leader in internal PC beautification – gives users the tools to realize their perfect PC vision.  We began with offering a wide variety of cable colors, and support for the industry’s leading PSUs. Today, CableMod is proud to announce the latest revolution in custom PC cabling – the CableMod Configurator. With the CableMod Configurator, users will be able to customize their very own PC cables quickly and easily, allowing them to tailor cables allowing them to tailor cables for over 150 PSU models.


The CableMod Configurator makes customizing cables a simple affair. Users begin by first choosing their PSU from an extensive list of models from some of the most popular brands, including:

  • Corsair
  • EVGA
  • Seasonic
  • Cooler Master
  • be quiet!
  • Silverstone
  • XFX

From there, users will be able to choose exactly the cables they need for their build, and furthermore, define the lengths for each cable using the simple sliders. The CableMod Configurator makes it easy by only displaying cables that are compatible with the PSU the user has selected.

After adding the cables they need, the real fun begins. Users will then be able to customize the colors on each cable type, selecting from a wide variety of CableMod ModFlex™ sleeving colors. Simply select the desired color, and color in each wire – it’s really that easy!

After defining their cable kit, users can also choose from a number of additional cables and accessories, including cable combs, additional stock cables, as well as CableMod WideBeam LED Strips for added customization possibilities.


Once the order is submitted, CableMod goes to work to make the users creation a reality. Users can expect an estimated wait time of 1-2 weeks or a full set of customized cables.
Simple to use and made to order – the CableMod Configurator represents next-level PC customization.

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  1. Kyle Lynch April 11, 2016 Reply

    I would like to run a dual power supply on the bottom of my 900D, two Corsair AX860i units. Other companies offer a jumper cable to the second 24 pin to allow both power supplies to be operated from a single power switch/operating system shutdown. Do you offer such a cable? Could a jumper be created so that it is attached to the 24 pin cable as a single unit?

    • Author
      admin April 12, 2016 Reply

      Hi Kyle! Please send your request to us at and we’ll see how to help!

  2. Adam Dykstra April 12, 2016 Reply

    Hi! is the 24 pin atx cable 20+4 pin?

    • Author
      admin April 13, 2016 Reply

      Hi Adam – it is indeed 20+4. Have fun! 😉

  3. jonathan April 15, 2016 Reply

    do you offer shipping to the united states on custom configured cables.

    • Author
      admin April 16, 2016 Reply

      We most certainly do!

  4. Scarlet April 19, 2016 Reply

    What gauge wire is this using? I am getting ready to place the order and was just curious. Thank you

    • Author
      admin April 19, 2016 Reply

      We use 18AWG for our cables. Happy ordering!

      • Scarlet April 19, 2016 Reply

        Fantactic, thank you for the quick response.

  5. Rembrandt Vermeiden April 20, 2016 Reply

    Do your cables also support the EVGA 650 GQ 80+ GOLD?

    • Author
      admin April 20, 2016 Reply

      Not currently, but send your request to us here and we will see what we can do!

  6. Davide Rossi April 30, 2016 Reply

    Configurator in Europe?

    • Author
      admin April 30, 2016 Reply

      Hi Davide – our configurator ships worldwide!

  7. Alex June 6, 2016 Reply

    Hi guys!,

    I’ve been looking at your configurator for my RM1000i, and I recently bought a regular sleeved cable kit from Corsair, but apparently my PSU uses a Type4, which is a 18+10 24pin cable, not sure how 18+10=24 but anywho, it isn’t clearly shown in your configurator that this is the case for these 24pins cables are Type4, can you confirm ?


    • Author
      admin June 6, 2016 Reply

      Hi Alex! Our C-Series RMi/RMx cables are indeed Type 4. Hope that helps!

  8. Phil June 10, 2016 Reply

    What is the ETA on orders to USA? I placed an order on May 5th and still no update.

    • Author
      admin June 10, 2016 Reply

      Hi Phil – orders from our Configurator generally ship in 1-2 weeks, depending on the orders in the queue. Please contact our support team and we’ll get to the bottom of this for you!

  9. Or Aviram August 5, 2016 Reply

    I looked at the configurator, and at the part where you color the cables it only lets you color one side of it. What if I want to have a different color at the top and the bottom of the cable? How can I do that?

    • Author
      admin August 6, 2016 Reply

      Hi there – we don’t currently have that functionality. Sorry about that!

  10. mem August 7, 2016 Reply

    Are the EVGA 1000w GQ Cables only compatible through the Configurator?

    • Author
      admin August 7, 2016 Reply

      Hi – Yes, EVGA GQ Series cables are currently only available through the Configurator.

  11. joey August 12, 2016 Reply

    Are extensions compatible with any PSU? Such as a Thermaltake one?

    • Author
      admin August 12, 2016 Reply

      Hi Joey! Yes, extensions are compatible with all PSUs. Happy shopping!

  12. Michael November 16, 2016 Reply

    Hey! Do you ship in Spain? i would like to make sure first before purchasing and/or making plans on buying custom cables for my first PC

    • Author
      admin November 16, 2016 Reply

      Hi Michael – yes we do ship to Spain! Happy ordering! 🙂

  13. Denis schwedt January 15, 2017 Reply

    Hallo ich habe ein semimodular psu von chiftec Typ navitas 850w . Welche ja cablemod Typ wäre für mich der rihrige? Gruß denis

    • Author
      admin January 16, 2017 Reply

      Leider koennen wir aktuell nur Verlaengerungen fuer Chieftec anbieten – “Custom Extensions” oder “Extensions” wuerde passen.

  14. Steven February 25, 2017 Reply

    I need to know if in the configurator if the connection clips are facing down or up. I’m going to be using the PCIe connectors to chain together a theme, but I need to know which way the clip is. It appears the clip is underneath the connector in the image, but I need to verify before I design. This could be something that is clarified in the builder for people who have double plugs and want to theme them together!

    Also, the 6 and 8 pin PCIe, does this function exactly the same as a regular 6+2 pin, but for the 6 pin it’s without the extra two pins, and for the 8 pin its just a solid connector or, is it a different style connection for a different purpose?

    What I’m trying to do is really clean up my case, and I have a double ended 6+2 I have chained into my GTX 1080 for a 6 pin port and a 8 pin port, but it looks like crap. Can I use a 6 pin PCIe extension and a 8 pin PCIe extension on my build, or do I need to purchase two 6+2 pins?

    • Author
      admin February 26, 2017 Reply

      Hi Steven – you are correct. The clips are facing down in the Configurator, and will be made like that when you order.

      As for the 6+2 pin cable, it is exactly the same as an 8-pin PCI-e cable, but only with a different connector (6+2 in this case). The 8-pin PCI-e cable just has a solid 8-pin connector. For the cleanest setup, choose the 6-pin extension and the 8-pin extension.

      • Steven February 27, 2017 Reply

        Much appreciated. I did make note of this in my order, I just wanted to verify.

        Do you/can you make 16 and 14 pin cable combs? I’m sure people would appreciate these for 6+8 and 8+8 GPUs.

        • Author
          admin February 28, 2017 Reply

          We currently don’t make 14 and 16 pin combs, but will pass your suggestion to our product department!

          • Steven March 2, 2017

            Hey, I’m just saying, if it does end up taking can I get a complementary set of 14s? This could be responded to in private.

            But, in all seriousness, I hope that does end up taking off. One of your competitors has them already. If no to the above can I get a notification if they do end up selling I’d like some for my 1080ti I’m getting.

  15. Nick March 4, 2017 Reply

    Wish you guys made cables compatible with Thermaltake psus.

    • Author
      admin March 4, 2017 Reply

      Hi Nick – our PM department is working with Thermaltake to bring these cables to the configurator. Stay tuned!

      • Chris April 29, 2017 Reply

        I second Nick’s comment. Thermaltake cables are wretched looking and there seems to be no alternative.

  16. Zach March 5, 2017 Reply

    When configuring an 8+6 pin Pcie cable I noticed I can set the length of the 8 pin up to 900m and the 6 pin only to 250mm. Is this length on the 6 pin how far down it is split off from the 8 pin or is it split off of the 8 pin connector like factory PSU cables would be?

    I ask because I wil buy an 8 pin pcie and a 6 pin pcie instead of an 8+6 if this is the case.

    • Author
      admin March 6, 2017 Reply

      Hi Zach – The length of the 6 pin is the distance between it and the 8-pin PCI-e connector, just like the factory PSU cables. In this case, getting an 8-pin PCI-e cable and a 6-pin PCI-e cable might look a bit cleaner.

      • Zach March 6, 2017 Reply

        Thank you very much for the help. I look forward to using your product!

  17. Nathan Euteneier March 11, 2017 Reply

    I was trying to use the configurator but the continue to next step button on page one isn’t working.

    • Author
      admin March 11, 2017 Reply

      Hi Nathan – we’ve encountered a bug on the website and are looking into it. Thanks for the heads up!

  18. Tiago C April 14, 2017 Reply

    Despite international shipping, and me as a EU costumer. If i configure some cables, do they will be shipped within EU borders ex(DE), or outside ex(USA)?

    • Author
      admin April 14, 2017 Reply

      Hi Tiago – cables from our configurator are shipped from Hong Kong, while all products from our EU store are shipped from Germany. If you have any concerns, please contact our support team for help!

  19. Ferlin June 8, 2017 Reply

    I have a Thermaltake tough power 1250. are you able to make custom cables for this power supply.

    • Author
      admin June 8, 2017 Reply

      Hi Ferlin – can you open a support ticket with your request? If we have your exact model number, we can tell you if we have compatible cables or not. Please contact support here: LINK

  20. Thomas July 2, 2017 Reply

    Is it possible to order an 24 pin ATX cable for the Corsair SF450 with 150mm?

    It’s for the Dan Case A4 and the current 250mm minimum is still way too long.

    • Author
      admin July 3, 2017 Reply

      Hi Thomas – please contact our support team for help on this: LINK

  21. James Lochmann August 1, 2017 Reply

    I’ve been wanting custom sleeved cables for my Thermaltake power supply, is there any chance that Thermaltake will be added to the list?

    • Author
      admin August 1, 2017 Reply

      Hi James! Cables compatible with select Thermaltake power supplies are now available at the Configurator. Check them out here: LINK

  22. Jeong Gyu Lee August 24, 2017 Reply

    Hi, so all the products from cablemod shipped from Hong Kong? If so is it possible to pick up the products instead of having it shipped to us? I am from Hong Konger and saw the that i think the products from the intl warehouse shipped from Hong Kong.

    • Author
      admin August 24, 2017 Reply

      Hi Jeong – actually the products are shipped from China. Often they go from China to our forwarder in HK before being shipped overseas. Unfortunately, it won’t be possible to pick up the products.

  23. Nathan November 28, 2017 Reply

    Hello cablemod admins!

    If I wanted to get power cables (not extensions) for my Ultra – X4 Special Edition 1000W 80+ Bronze Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply would this be possible?

    Hope to hear back soon! Thanks for reading and responding! 😀

    • Author
      admin November 28, 2017 Reply

      Hi Nathan – please write in to our support team and they will help! Here’s a link: CableMod Support

      • Nathan November 28, 2017 Reply

        Ohh, thank you! I submitted my question there.

  24. mike kozlan February 5, 2018 Reply

    im doing a build were i need alot of purple was wondering if for a corsair HX 1000 ,what cables do i have to get moded for a Threadripper ,gpu maybe 2,and 3 sata conection ( 2 ssd and 1 hdd) i know i need the sata cables from motherboard to ssd and hdd but for the 24 pin which is it and the psu and that ..its been a while last build i did was a fx6300 like 6 years agoso if you could tell me the cables i need that would rock also im mounting this in a thermal take view 71

    • Author
      admin February 5, 2018 Reply

      Hi Mike – please contact our support team, and they can give you some good suggestions: CableMod Support

  25. Rob April 15, 2018 Reply

    My 24 pin cable I ordered doesn’t fit my power supply, it splits to to cables for the psu side like the stock one does, but only one of the plugs matches up on the psu side. I did select my power supply, not a different one. I’d rather not buy a new cable, or power supply to use this one, so what do I need to do to get the right cable?

    • Author
      admin April 15, 2018 Reply

      Hi Rob! Please contact our support team and they will help you out: CableMod Support

  26. Alex Woodcock May 2, 2018 Reply

    Paypal isn’t letting me pay for my cables at all even if I’m using a credit card, It says “declined, use another one” or just nothing at all. I’ve checked my account three times, I have the funds.

    • Author
      admin May 2, 2018 Reply

      Hi Alex – could you contact our support team for assistance? CableMod Support

  27. Calvin June 21, 2018 Reply

    Any chance you guys will add purple to your available colors? I would love to get a set for a thermaltake psu, something you also dont seem to support.

    • Author
      admin June 21, 2018 Reply

      Hi Calvin! We’ve got purple in both ModMesh and ModFlex available on our Configurator, and you will also find support for multiple TT power supplies! Check it out here: CableMod Configurator

  28. Dylan October 8, 2018 Reply

    Is a single 6+2 pin PCIe going to be able to power a 1080 Ti FTW3? Or should I run two separate PCIe cables to the card?

    • Author
      admin October 8, 2018 Reply

      Hi Dylan – you’re going to want to populate all of the power connectors on your graphics card. Technically, you can either use a dual 6+2 cable, or two separate single 6+2 cables to accomplish this. If you’ve got enough cables, we suggest using separate PCI-e cables.

    • Andrew March 22, 2019 Reply

      I have a RX590 (XFX Fatboy) that uses a 8pin from the PSU to a dual 8pin & 6+2pin to the video card. I can not find a similar sleeved cable for a cleaner look other than what was supplied by the PSU (flat black cables). What can I do?

  29. Aurora Howell December 1, 2018 Reply

    Hi! I love CableMod and the brilliant idea behind it, but I’m not informed so much in cable names and fear I might get too many, or too little, cables. Also if you could make a purple sleeved kit for the evga g3 750w psu, that would save me a lot of time. Thank you all! 😀

    • Author
      admin December 2, 2018 Reply

      Hi Aurora – great to have you with us. 🙂 Our full kits and PRO kits are generally enough for most builds. If you need more help on which cables you’ll need, feel free to contact our support team! CableMod Support

  30. Gabrijel Fešte May 7, 2019 Reply

    Do you ship cables to Croatia?

    • Author
      admin May 8, 2019 Reply

      Hi Gabrijel – yes we do!

  31. anuar May 7, 2019 Reply

    can ship to malaysia…how much for shipping?

    • Author
      admin May 8, 2019 Reply

      Hi – we definitely ship to Malaysia. We offer $20 flat express shipping to all countries, regardless of order size. Hope that helps!

  32. Steve Ca November 13, 2019 Reply

    Is there any difference between your Corsair RM750x Pro Series cables and your RM850x Pro Series cables? I can’t see anything that makes them different. Would just like to confirm. Thanks.

    • Author
      admin November 14, 2019 Reply

      Hi Steve – nope, there’s no difference between these two. Just make sure you’re choosing the correct series (RMi / RMX / RM (Black Label). Thanks!

  33. Martin April 21, 2020 Reply


    I have a Chieftec CFT-750-14cs that I want 2x8pin PCIe cables and 1xEPS12v 8pin.
    What PSU can I use as an example in the configurator.

    Best Regards

    • Author
      admin April 21, 2020 Reply

      Hi Martin – We currently don’t support this PSU, but you can consider using our cable extensions which work with all PSUs. For further assistance, please reach out to our support team:

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