Installing these cables was the easiest install I have done in a long time. I just unplugged everything and pulled all the power cables to the back side of the case. With all the cables pulled to the back it gives you move free room in the case to start to run and pull your wires. I chose to start with the largest first to just get it out of the way, which was the 24 pin motherboard cable. It was pretty straight forward and easy to install and plug into. It also bends very well into weird angles to allow you to use it in almost any area you need to put the cable.
Next was the Molex to SATA power cable. Yet again this is pretty straight forward and simple. Along with the use to make some pretty clean looking bends.
I was very excited to see how the PCI-E graphics cables worked. Since the normal cables always seem to not like to bend to all the different angles. Well with these cables those nice bends are possible along with a cleaner look with a little better airflow over the front of the card.
Moving onto the one I always dislike putting in after your heat sink and everything else is already installed and that’s the 8 pin motherboard adapter. But with the NZXT cable it is pretty easy to do and goes in pretty smoothly and stays in place very good. I chose to run the cable through the CPU cutout on the motherboard tray
My computer system doesn’t have any 3pin power connector fans at all so I was unable to install the cable anywhere. But here are some overall pictures of the computer case and the wiring job.