Dear all, For a rather compact build I'm looking to guide a 16mm OD pipe through the 24-pins ATX connector. It'll be rather close to the motherboard, so there is not too much distance for the cable to realign, but with a cheap 24-pins extension cable I made it work: https://imgur.com/a/tkYNEse Especially in the second picture, you can see that the individual cables near the pipe tend to bulge over their neighbours. I would like to keep this a single row (so 2x 12 rows for the ATX connector, no extra rows). This seems possible with the 24-pins extension cable. My question is whether Cablemod non-Pro and Pro-series would be able to do this. Does anyone know? I tried emailing this question twice to Cablemod and they're simply like: "Unfortunately we cannot test that. I apologize for the inconvenience." - Honestly, this seems ridiculous to me for a company that specializes in cables for watercooled PC's. It's not a hard question to answer, but it's an expensive question (€200+) for me to get wrong. I have the idea that the Pro-series will be too rigid to allow this, but I am hoping this is not true as the Pro-series look nice than the non-Pro, as far as I can tell.