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NinjaKoala217 3 months ago

So I was looking on CableMod's website and I saw that Corsair's AX1600i PSU was listed under the C-Series RMi / RMx series instead of the C-Series AXi, HXi & RM series (because it's an AXi series PSU, right?)

Here's the page I found it on (scroll to the AX1600i).

So my questions are:

~ Why is it listed under the RMi/RMx series and not under the AXi, HXi & RM series?

~ What's exactly the difference between these two series since they have exactly the same cables?

C-Series RMi / RMx series: https://eustore.cablemod.com/product/cablemod-pro-modmesh-c-series-rmi-rmx-cable-kit/

C-Series AXi, HXi & RM series: https://eustore.cablemod.com/product/cablemod-pro-modmesh-c-series-axi-hxi-rm-cable-kit/

~ NinjaKoala

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Enrico411 2 points 3 months ago

Well thats how it is it seems.

When in doubt you can always send a mail to cablemod and ask. Can't hurt to be 100% sure ;)

NinjaKoala217 submitter 1 point 3 months ago

Yeah I think that's the best option for now I suppose, but thanks anyway :)

andyshinn 2 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

I'd agree that emailing is probably the best way to be sure. But if it helps, Ensourced have them listed the same way (https://www.ensourced.net/corsair-power-supply-cables/). The 1600 is Type 4 while normally the AXi are Type 3.

So, it would seem that Corsair just decided to use Type 4 on the newest AX1600i for some reason. Possibly and simply because it is newer and Type 4 may not have been their cable revision at the time of the other AXi releases.

NinjaKoala217 submitter 1 point 3 months ago

Yeah I mailed CableMod about it and they could confirm the AX1600i uses Type 4. Only difference was the 24-pin ATX cable, all the other cables should be the same as Type 3.

DaMysteryMan 1 Build 1 point 3 months ago

Just get cable extensions, it’s safer and often cheaper. What do you need 1600 watts for anyways?

NinjaKoala217 submitter 1 point 3 months ago

Why are cable extensions safer (and maybe better?)?

And tbh, I don't need the full 1600 Watts. But I wanted a PSU with 80Plus Titanium with atleast ~1000 Watts. I also wanted to buy it from a brand with a good name (e.g. Corsair). And I also could choose to buy the AX1500i (1500 Watts variant) for ~€415,- or Cooler Master's MasterWatt Maker 1200W for €299,-. But why shouldn't I get a newer PSU which is compared to it's little brother (AX1500i) €80,- cheaper (AX1600i is ~€335,- atm in The Netherlands). And yes, CM's PSU is €36,- cheaper than the AX1600i AND it got less watts so it's closer to the amount I need, but hey: getting more watts than you will need won't do any damage, right? :P

And if you were curious, here's the build I want to build in the end (saving up all the money will take some time :P): https://nl.pcpartpicker.com/list/MFjZCb

Enrico411 1 point 3 months ago

Looking at your build it seems that the Cooler Master - COSMOS C700M doesn't support EATX mobo's.

NinjaKoala217 submitter 1 point 3 months ago

Yeah but it should. It's something from PCPP's side which results in that error.

PCPP's site only knows true EATX (12'' x 13'') while the motherboard I want is 12'' x 10.7'', which does fit into the C700M. So it shouldn't be any problem at all. And if it does, then I'll throw the case, the mobo and myself out the window :D