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Hello I am looking to buy a new PC and I was looking at different cables to buy if I where to buy the "Professional Individually sleeved DC Cable Kit, Type 3 (Generation 2), WHITE" and a 24 pin cable will I have all the cables I need for my pc?
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Which PSU do you want to use these with?


You cannot just mix and match cables and PSUs. So before I answer anything, I'm asking what PSU you are using this for. Because if you buy it because of something I recommend when you don't provide all of the relevant information and something catches fire ... I'm not going to have any part of that.


So, please ... what power supply are you planning on using?

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OK ... so it's the RM, not the RMx or the RMi.


I know it's confusing but they do use different cables.

For the RM:

This kit: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/professional-individually-sleeved-dc-cable-kit-type-3-generation-2-white ... will give you a TON of cables. Based on what you stated (2 drives, no GPU), it's a LOT more than you need. You'll have everything you need and then some (with the exception of the 24-pin ATX cable).


The 24-pin will be this one: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/individually-sleeved-ax-i-1200i-860i-760i-atx-24pin-generation-2-white.


For reference, the HXi series uses the same cables and I got this exact set. I have some left over (though I did use all of the SATA cables ... but I've got a lot going on with my system).


Note that if you have the RMi or the RMx, this is not correct. So double check and make sure that you have the correct model. If you have the PSU in hand, it'll be simple (it says it right on the PSU).


Also ... there is this as well: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/landing/psu-cable-compatibility

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