PP07 Cables - Red
If you don't have a SilverStone power supply, you don't need to worry. SilverStone offers the PP07 series of cables which are extensions that plug into what you already have. They are guaranteed to fit any standard ATX power supply.
Just as with the PP06 cables, the PP07 cables use a soft nylon mesh to sleeve the cables. Here we find them in red.
Just as with the PP06 cables, the sleeving is secured with shrink wrap whenever there is a connector in the middle of the cable.
Shrink wrap isn't used on the ends of each cable though and there are some cables that it really shows.
PP07 Cables - White
SilverStone also offers the PP07 series in white in case that is what you're after.
Again we find the connections in the middle of the cable have shrink wrap on them.
The ends on the white sleeved cables are just the same... without shrink wrap.
The cables that end with 90 degree SATA connectors are an exception because they aren't crimped to a pin, but instead press fit inside the end of the connector.
The PP07 series doesn't offer quite as many options as the PP06 series, but it should be more than enough to get the job done. The prices are a tad cheaper too, ranging from $5.49 to $10.99.
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