Background I'm soon going to start a build in a ZS-A4m so I've been looking at FlexATX PSUs. I'm in Europe so there's less to choose from. Imports from outside of EU will be taxed in addition to the generally more expensive shipping costs. My best choice seems to be the FX350-G. It'll be powering an i5-3570K (at stock settings) and a GeForce GTX 1070 Aero ITX. I have a power meter and I will double check that the system under stress doesn't exceed 350 watts. Modding PSU Initial disclaimer: I won't be modding this PSU until I'm convinced I won't need the warranty any more. With that said, the PSU has more cables than I need and more length than necessary. I'm thinking of cutting the cables where they leave the PSU and hook each set of cables up to an arbitrary female connector (such as a female 8-pin PCIe connector). I would probably skip modding the ATX cable. So to further clarify, there'd be four PCIe female connectors that I could hook into after the mod, one for EPS, one for actual PCIe, one for Molex and one for S-ATA. I hope it goes without saying that they're not interchangable. This way I'll make the PSU semi-modular and then I can just make my own set of cables for the PSU (18 AWG) with more optimized lengths that connect to its corresponding PCIe connector. Has anyone seen such a PSU mod before? Besides the risk of poor craftmanship on my part is there anything I'm not taking into account here?