Introducing CableMod

Premium Cables Turn PC Systems Into Works of Art

(December 19, 2014) – For years, outfitting a PC with custom cables has been a time-consuming and expensive endeavor. Modders have had to either do it themselves, spending hours upon hours sleeving their power supply cables individually, or spend hundreds of dollars on expensive cable sleeving services. Alternatively, they could choose sleeved cable extensions, but would have to put up with increased cable clutter due to physically longer cables. What if there was a better way?

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Introducing CableMod® – the first brand dedicated to designing and producing the very best internal PC cables on the market. Developed with input from top modders from around the world, CableMod cables bring premium quality and aesthetics to the next level.

CableMod cables begin with ModFlex™, a premium cable sleeving that brings with it a slew of advantages over traditional sleeving. This sleeve is constructed with ultra-fine fibers that are many times softer than nylon sleeving, making it much easier to route behind motherboard trays and around components. The super dense weave means that wires underneath are completely invisible, making sure that ugly bare wires are hidden from sight. Best of all, this sleeve is developed to be thinner than competing cloth braiding, which makes it possible for CableMod cables to forgo the use of unsightly heatshrink all together. In fact, CableMod cables are 100% heatshrink-free, making them the best choice for serious modders and PC enthusiasts.

CableMod cables are not extensions – they are complete power supply cable replacements that are designed to replace the cables that are included with your power supply. This means that users no longer have to deal with extra cable length from traditional sleeved extensions. CableMod cable kits are tailor-made for some of the most popular power supplies on the market:

Cable Series Made For Compatible Models
C-Series Corsair® AXi, HXi, RM
E-Series EVGA® G2, P2
SE-Series Seasonic® XP2, KM3


Since no two builds are exactly alike, each cable kit is available in a wide range of vibrant colors and color combinations, including:

Solid Colors Combo Colors         
  • Black
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Orange
  • White
  • Black / Red
  • Black / Blue
  • Black / Green
  • Black / Orange

More cable types and colors will be coming in the next few months, and users are encouraged to visit  the official CableMod website ( or the CableMod Facebook Page ( and let us know what cables and colors they would like to see next.


  1. February 8, 2016 Reply

    You need to send these to thecase mod guys like linus and others along with your cables so they can review them on youtube.Nice to see these wide leds for case moders.

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      admin February 9, 2016 Reply

      We’ve got one review from Overclock3D so far and Linus is working on his review as well – many more to come!

  2. Taro September 8, 2016 Reply

    Hey love this Idea!
    Would be awesome if you guys eventually branched out and made all mod stuff like ram skins and stuff.

    • Author
      admin September 8, 2016 Reply

      We are certainly working on expanding our product offerings. Stay tuned! 🙂

  3. tyler September 26, 2016 Reply

    Does this work is a EVGA 500B power supply i want to use these but im sure it will work since the model is not listed

    • Author
      admin September 26, 2016 Reply

      Hi Tyler. Unfortunately if your PSU is not listed, then it will not work. Perhaps you can look into some cable extensions? These will work with any PSU: LINK

  4. Blindmustbe October 26, 2016 Reply

    Hi, I have a SEASONIC M12II-620 EVO 80+ FULL MODULAR(SS-620M2). Is it compatible? Thanks.

    • Author
      admin October 26, 2016 Reply

      Hi – yes, that PSU is compatible! For our full compatibility list, go here: LINK

      • Charlie April 25, 2019 Reply

        Is this PSU still compatible? I don’t see it on the compatibility list.

        • Author
          admin April 25, 2019 Reply

          Hi Charlie. If it’s not on the compatibility list, then we can’t guarantee compatibility. The list is constantly updated as we gather more data about PSUs that are released. If you’re still unsure, contact our support team: CableMod Support

  5. Blindmustbe October 27, 2016 Reply

    Wow, good to know that my PSU is compatible but the sad part is, there’s no store here in the Philippines selling those awesome cables. So sad. 🙁

  6. Jayson October 31, 2016 Reply

    No support for Gigabyte?!? Too bad, so sad.

    • Author
      admin October 31, 2016 Reply

      Hi Jayson – not yet, but for now, you can also look into our extensions which work with every PSU: LINK

  7. johnny November 4, 2016 Reply

    will the C-series fit a corsair 760 AX PSU??

    • Author
      admin November 4, 2016 Reply

      Hi Johnny – the kit will work but you will need a different 24-pin cable. Please contact support [at] and we will help you out!

  8. David Houston-Goudge December 13, 2016 Reply

    Hi! I’m trying to fit an SFX-L PSU into my Ncase M1 but the power cables keep pushing my full length GPU down. Do you make psu cables with shorter plastic caps?

    • Author
      admin December 14, 2016 Reply

      Hi David. Unfortunately, we don’t currently offer shorter caps. We will keep our ears open for more requests to see if we can bring these in.

  9. Milo December 15, 2016 Reply

    I thought I’d ask since I’m not too sure, are these compatible with my EVGA SuperNOVA NEX 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply?

    • Author
      admin December 16, 2016 Reply

      Hi Milo – we are not 100% sure which model you have. Can you open a support ticket so that our support staff can help you out? Here’s a link:

  10. Sean Kelley February 16, 2017 Reply

    I’m planning on a white and purple build but I noticed that you don’t have white and purple cable kits. LinusTechTips had them but they are not on the website. Thanks!

    • Author
      admin February 17, 2017 Reply

      Hi Sean – more color options (including purple) are available on our Configurator. Check it out here: CableMod Configurator

      • Peter Roadman June 9, 2017 Reply

        I have a white and electric blue build going and the light blue model would fit really well with it, although that color is not available in the configurator. Adding them would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.

        • Author
          admin June 9, 2017 Reply

          Hi Peter – try selecting ModMesh and choosing the Corsair Blue. We think this should be a perfect fit!

  11. aaron May 3, 2017 Reply

    ive seen some of the c series cables listed on microcenters website but they only list rm\rmi compatibility are all c series compatible with hx750i psu

    • Author
      admin May 3, 2017 Reply

      Hi Aaron – there is a C-Series that is compatible with AXi, HXi, and RM power supplies. Please check our Compatibility List for the most up-to-date listing: LINK

  12. soumen July 23, 2017 Reply

    hi admin i have corsair cs650m.need multi colour rgb cable for 24pin 1 no and pci 8pin *2 .what will be the cost??

    • Author
      admin July 23, 2017 Reply

      Hi Soumen – you can configure and price your cables over on the CableMod Configurator. Here’s a link:

    • Author
      admin October 7, 2017 Reply

      Hi Soumen – please contact our support team for further assistance: LINK

  13. Suleiman October 7, 2017 Reply

    Will You Add Pink In The Configurator ??

    • Author
      admin October 7, 2017 Reply

      Hi Suleiman – pink is currently available in ModFlex on the Configurator. Check it out!

  14. Jeremy October 7, 2017 Reply

    Hello Admin
    I have a be quiet SFX L 600W PSU
    Which cablemod kit should i buy ?
    Thanks !!

    • Author
      admin October 7, 2017 Reply

      Hi Jeremy – that PSU is not currently supported by our stock cable kits. However, you can get compatible cables through our Configurator: LINK

  15. Tristan March 28, 2018 Reply

    Hi there,

    I’m looking to change my cables on my PSU but the company who make it dont offer any form of replacement cable; would yours work with this “Game Max RGB 850W Modular 80+ Gold PSU” or not?

    Thanks for the help


  16. Paris March 28, 2018 Reply

    You should send these to BitWit. He’s a Youtube creator. I’m sure he’ll do them justice

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