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Old 02-16-2019, 12:33 PM
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Default HX1200i Cables double check

Hi

I've checked the chart but can I just double check.

HX1200i LOT# 17297167

This means I need

Type 4 - 8-pin EPS12V x1
Type 4 - PCIe x2

Type 3 - 24-pin ATX x1
Type 3 - PATA/SATA x3

Now how does this related to all the Type 3 Gen 2 Type 3 Gen 3 cables I see on the Corsair shop?

Could someone supply me with the correct part numbers (I'll sort out colors later)

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Old 02-17-2019, 02:42 AM
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Another option would be the check out CableMod. I use a full set (in red) of the ModFlex cables for the AX/HX1200i series. Their website is straight forward as to what cables (or set) you need to purchase.
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You can use type 3 cables for everything on that PSU, if you want enhanced voltage ripple cancellation go with type 4 cables for everything but the 24pin as the type 3 is the only one that will fit. Also SATA/PATA cable are the same across both types. Ignore "gen"eration that doesn't apply to fitment.

24pin Type3 Gen2 CP-8920053 (Black)

Cable Kit Type3 Gen2 CP-8920045 (Black) [Does Not Include 24pin]

The type 4 Kits come with a type 4 24pin included so you will still need to purchase a type 3, unles you dont go the kit route and only buy the cables you need separately, could be more expensive depending on your setup.
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Thanks both for the information :-)
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