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Hi, I already asked this question to their support, and I just want to ask what the community thinks about it as well. I have a PSU from 2008, model CMPSU-1000HX, it's already 15yrs old and still going strong. Used it for 8-12 hrs per day, sometimes 24/7 at max load of about 20-30%. Never had an issue or whatsoever throughout those years, and I think it still runs in pristine condition. I'm really proud of it and as much as possible, I don't want to replace it with something new. Of course as time goes by, new tech is developed, and corsair releases new psu's. My question is, if their modular cables would still be compatible with my 15yr old PSU? In Corsair's PSU Cable Compatibilty Chart, is my PSU under "Original HX"? If it's compatible with my PSU, will cable mods 12VHPWR PCI-e Cable for Corsair be compatible with my PSU as well? Is it possible that Corsair's new modular cables have a mismatch with their old PSU's? Like reversed polarity etc... Source: Gamers Nexus (see attached photo) Answer from Corsair's tech support: It is compatible according to Manny of Technical Support Tier 3
I cant find out if I can use the cable or not 😄 ? II dont like the extension/converter cables that come with the new 4000 series. 600W PCIe 5.0 12VHPWR Type-4 PSU Power Cable (corsair.com) The supported site makes no sense to me... PSU CABLE COMPATIBILITY (corsair.com) Can't even find out if I have a CORSAIR type-4 PSU 😄 PS the pricing in denmark from retailers is about 72 € 😛 Properly cheaper to buy a new powersupply and sell the old one.