When building a computer, it is important to have all the right cables from the power supply to the different components. On a non-modular PSU all the different cables are mounted in the power supply itself. On a semi-modular or full-modular PSU you can exchange the different cables and only use the ones you want. If you run out of a particular type of cable or are missing a specific output, there are many different adapters.
3-PIN and 4-PIN Molex cables are used for the cabinet or CPU coolers. Both editions can control the rotation speed, but with a 4-pin Molex cable you get a greater degree of control. If you have an older optical drive, you can also connect it via 4 PIN Molex, although many drives today have switched to SATA connectivity. 15-PIN SATA power cables can connect the same devices as the 4-PIN cable.
If you have a power-consuming graphics card, consider using a 6-PIN or 8-PIN PCI Express cable. A 6-PIN connector can supply 75 watt, while a 8-PIN connector can supply all of 150 watt. The cable delivers the extra power to the GPU so that the graphics card gets enough power.
On this page you will also find 20-PIN, 20 + 4-PIN and 24-PIN motherboard cables. A 20-PIN cable fits into a 24-PIN connector, but supplies less power than the 24-PIN cable.
We also have a wide range of adapters for your desktop computer. The cables are available in many colors and as sleeved and regular versions. If you need a specific cable or need help, you are welcome to contact our support via chat, e-mail or phone.