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I've decided to start the New Year by reviewing something only slightly less incandescent than the Great White North itself, the new Corsair RMX White 850 watt unit. This unit promises all we came to like about the original RM850x packaged with a nifty looking white and black color scheme with individual sleeving on its white fully modular cables. Let's find out now if Corsair's still bringing the goods.
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Jonny, how much would it cost Corsair to include bundling clips for these independently sleeved cables?

Seems like the best solution to help with the mess that normally comes from cables like those and something that no one else has done yet.
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Jonny, how much would it cost Corsair to include bundling clips for these independently sleeved cables?

Seems like the best solution to help with the mess that normally comes from cables like those and something that no one else has done yet.
"Yeah, this stuff is a nightmare if you don't use the included clips. This is going to be fun to untangle later." - From page 3, seems like clips are included
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A very beautiful high performance PSU with white individually sleeved cables. Good job Corsair.
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"Yeah, this stuff is a nightmare if you don't use the included clips. This is going to be fun to untangle later." - From page 3, seems like clips are included
Forgive me, it's late. I was meaning to ask Jonny how much it costs as other manufacturers haven't really caught onto this yet.

Corsair, and according to the review, Thermaltake have done this.

To me it just seemed like a really simple addition.
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Oh wow I've never seen that form factor since 1995. Does it come with a turbo button too?

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At least it's ATX and not AT.

So no Turbo button.
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I look at that PCI-E cable and I shiver in fear
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