Phanteks jumps cables with the Revolt network tag

For those who value aesthetics when building a computer, the included cabling for power supplies is not always the prettiest. Although most people nowadays dress the cable team in some kind of cable sock, the “ketchup and mustard” color theme still lives on. Phanteks wants to cure that problem with a new duo of power supplies in the Revolt series.

With Revolt, users avoid unsightly cords or cables they have no use for. The power supply unit is sold without any cables at all. It’s not a magic wireless solution – cabling exists, but is purchased separately.


Revolt revolts against the included cabling.


For those who buy for cabling, cable tangling is very much possible.


Revolt comes in two flavors: 1,000 or 1,200 watts and with 80 Plus Platinum certification.

Cablemod stands for the cables

Revolt is a collaboration with Cablemod, which sells cables of fancier models and dressed in cable socks of every imaginable color and pattern. In this way, users can kill two birds with one stone and order only what is actually needed and in the desired color. It can also be skipped entirely, for enthusiasts who prefer to mecca and sleeve cables on their own.

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In total, there are two different models that are both certified according to 80 Plus Platinum. The difference is mainly power, where there is either 1,000 or 1,200 watts to choose from. Exact price tags are missing, but on average the power supplies are expected to be up to a thousand Swedish kroner cheaper than corresponding models on the market where cables are included. For those who then do not need to add a lot of cabling, it can therefore be considered a more affordable alternative.

How much unnecessary cabling is gathering dust in your drawers?

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