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Old 19-04-16, 01:45 PM
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Bengal System Upgrade Time



We all need to refresh our systems now and again, and the Bengal rig is no different. Even a minor upgrade can rejuvenate your rig and the Cablemod kits are the perfect choice.


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Old 19-04-16, 02:10 PM
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Very nice dude they certainly give the system a nice boost with a splash of color and make it look like a whole new system
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Old 19-04-16, 02:19 PM
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There are some great aspects to the cablemod kits, for one they just arrive completed in the post generally the next day. And honestly i'd say that is their greatest asset along with relatively good choice and wide compatibility. They do look ok and actually are marginally better than the Corsair or Silverstone kits, but quality, that is a stretch, consistent at a push. Straight away on the header photo you can see through every piece of orange braid where it's been bent at the end to the black insulated wire. Neither the wire itself or the braid is anything remotely special. £70 for what is quite a small kit I wouldn't consider great value and I strongly dislike how all of their 6+2's are dual.

I think they deserve some level of praise for what they allow people to do with relative ease but not really when it comes to quality or value.

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Old 19-04-16, 03:30 PM
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I strongly dislike how all of their 6+2's are dual.

I think they deserve some level of praise for what they allow people to do with relative ease but not really when it comes to quality or value.

JR
Quality is actually great and they fall in cheaper than the Corsair kits including the models with caps.

Kits come with single 8+2 and daisy chained versions. Any variances are to mimic the stock cables that came with the manufacturer kits. *edit* but you can buy single cables direct and even customise your own kits now
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Old 19-04-16, 08:03 PM
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Thumbs up Cool !

This is so cool ! Neat Cable, Cool Colors !!
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Old 19-04-16, 08:03 PM
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Could have cleaned it atleast.

Sorry Might just be the noise in the picture.
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