We are going start with the NZXT 24 pin power extension cable. The motherboard extension cable is 250mm long. This will give you more than enough room to hide the cables and make your computer wiring job look great. You can also see that the cabling is single sleeved for each of the 24 pins own wires, Giving it a cleaner look along with a little bit more protection in the long haul.
Moving onto the Molex to dual SATA power connection. This cable was a little short and requires you to have your SATA drives close to each other or this will not work. This cable is also single sleeved wiring. It was just a little weird to have it as a Molex to SATA connection if anything a SATA to SATA cable would have been better.
The next cable is the 8 pin motherboard power extension. You can ether use it as a 4pin for your older computer or as the 8 pin for the newer computers. This cable is also single sleeved cable like the rest of cables in this review.
Onto the 6+2 pin PCIE graphics power cable extension. This cable is also single sleeved, along with enough cable to allow you to get those bends your normal cable cant.
The final and last cable for this part, is the 3 pin fan power cable. With this cable they just sleeved all there cables into one since it was probably bulky if it was single sleeved for each wire. But as always you have a longer cable to hide your older 3 pin case fans that are probably the normal twisted wire.