CableMod updates gamers on their Angled 12VHPWR adaptors and pre-orders
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Published: 1st November 2022 | Source: CableMod |
CableMod reveals new 180-degree 12VHPWR adaptors and delays pre-orders for compatibility testing
CableMod has revealed a new version of their angled 12VHPWR adaptor, revealing a new 180-degree option and a new GPU compatibility testing program. CableMod had delayed pre-orders for their angled 12VHPWR cable adaptors as they conduct compatibility testing with graphics cards from various vendors, work which will ensure that purchasers of their adaptor will not face compatibility challenges with 12VHPWR graphics cards.
On CableMod's website, the company has already confirmed that their 90-dgree and 180-degree adaptors are compatible with a variety of RTX 4090 graphics cards from ASUS. Gigabyte, and Nvidia. In time, we expect this compatibility list to include graphics cards from more graphics card manufacturers.
Below you can see CableMod's 12VHPWR 90-degree and 180-degree adaptors, which are available in A and B forms that are compatible with both types of 12VHPWR junction that are present on today's graphics cards.
Below is what CableMod had to say about the delay of pre-orders for their 12VHPWR adaptors. Those who register for pre-orders today will gain access to pre-order links 48 hours before the general public, so please register your interest if you want to order one of these 12VHPWR adaptors. CableMod has estimated that shipments of their adaptor will start in 4-6 weeks.
From all of us here at CableMod, thank you so very much for your unyielding support! We are truly humbled by the amount of interest in our 12VHPWR adapters, and we have the hardware community to thank for that.
The entire team has been working around the clock to help bring these to the market. While we are prepared to start taking pre-orders today, we think it would be better at this time to first confirm compatibilities with more graphics cards on the market.
We feel this is the right thing to do at this time in order to avoid customers buying something that won’t fit with their hardware setup. To do this, we are in touch with most major AIB partners to receive their various engineering files to help confirm which cards will work with our adapters.
To help our production team, we are opening reserve lists for each of the four models we are going to be releasing. Below, you can find a spot to enter your email and save your place in line for each model. Once the adapters are available for sale, we will notify you via email with a purchase link that will only work for those who have registered in advance. After 48 hours, these sales pages will then be available to the general public.
At the current point in development, we estimate that our adapters will be shipping in roughly 4-6 weeks, and we will do everything we can so that everyone that registered in advance and paid for their order will have their orders shipped before stock is released for everyone else. By signing up for the model you want, we can work to make adequate quantities of each model.
Please note that signing up now will guarantee you will be notified in advance of the public sale, but it does NOT guarantee that the adapter you’ve chosen will be in stock when you go to buy one. Having said that, we are going to keep manufacturing these, and will continuously replenish stock.
We know that the 4-6 week shipping estimate may be a bit of a bummer for some, but we want to make sure that we have a decent quantity ready at launch so that we don’t just run out right away and have to turn people away disappointed.
Production of the various parts has already begun, and we are going to be releasing more news as major development milestones are achieved. More product releases to help 12VHPWR users are also coming over the next few weeks, so be sure to sign up and keep your eye on this space.
Once again, thank you for your patience as we work to help deliver the best product possible. Thanks for being a CableMod customer!
You can read more about CableMod's 12VHPWR angled adaptors here.