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Old 04-13-2008, 04:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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modular means you can disconnect cables you don't use, as opposed to letting them hang there or tie them up.
some modular psu's are known for weak pins and resistance, but corsair is top notch and you shouldn't worry about that
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its also great for airflow
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modular means you can disconnect cables you don't use, as opposed to letting them hang there or tie them up.
some modular psu's are known for weak pins and resistance, but corsair is top notch and you shouldn't worry about that
cool I didn't know that
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