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Old 05-15-2020, 01:11 PM
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Default Are the SATA cables for a HX750 unmarked?

Going through and reorganizing some loose PC parts and have a few modular PSU cables that are unmarked. I’m 90% sure these go to my HX750 but the issue is every cable with that PSU is marked “TXM/HX/AXi only”on the PSU end connector however these are blank. The only modular PSUs I’ve owned are:
* Tagan BZ(does not match its connector style)
* Corsair
* EVGA (does not match their cable style)

I have worked on and built PCs for folks who’s modular PSU wasn’t a Corsair, though I can’t imagine not leaving unused cables in their box. Also though the cables I’m questioning have similar cable training as the Molex and PCI-E cables that are marked HX.

My luck would be if I just assumed, these would bite me if I ever need to use that PSU though these cables I’m questioning have very similar cable training bends to the rest of the HX ‘s.

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Old 05-15-2020, 09:16 PM
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Corsair PSU's have had marked cables ever since Type 3 came out (originally labeled as "TXM/HX/AXi Only")

Odds are these are for something else.

But if you have a DMM, you can plug it in and make sure the correct voltages are on the correct pins and that will tell you where the cables came from.
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