Using black with bright yellow trim, Corsair ships the Premium PSU Cable Kit in a box with a window to view the color of wires inside of the box. In this instance, we got the white and black set of individually sleeved cables, which offer in-line capacitors, they are stylish and flexible with paracord sleeves and are compatible with Type 4 Corsair power supplies.
Spinning the box to the left, the panel on the right of the box shows us what is included. There is one ATX 24-pin cable, a pair of EPS12V 4+4-pin cables, four PCIe cables, two SATA cables, two Molex cables, and a set of nine cable combs.
The back of the box starts off with renderings of all of the included cables with the length displayed to the left of each cable. And they also show the two types of combs offered. At the bottom, there we find a diagram of the 24-pin connection and the 24-pin comb, to ensure it is aligned properly to allow the three double-wire connections to fit the comb properly.
The last panel covers things we have already seen, stating initially that the Premium PSU Cable Kit has individually sleeved cables. The bulk of the panel is then used to cover the in-line capacitors and why they are there, the use of paracord and its attributes, and this kits compatibility, which is then repeated in French.
Along with what comes inside of the box, there is a bit of literature to look over as well. The larger insert on the left is about disposal information if for some reason you wanted to bin the lot of them. On the right is an insert explaining what Corsair will cover over the period of one year from the date of purchase.
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- Page 3 [Corsair Premium Individually Sleeved PSU Cable Kit]
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