Why does Seasonic (and other manufacturers) put capacitors or chokes on the ATX, PCIe, and CPU cables? Do the capacitors actually do anything noticeable? I'm just completing my new build in a Thermaltake Core X2 case with a Seasonic Prime 650 Platinum PSU and it has the capacitors on the cables ruining what would otherwise be perfectly functional flat flex force cables. Because the PSU sits about 2" below the motherboard in this case the main cables need to be bent 180° to feed down to the PSU. With these capacitors in the end of the cables it is very difficult to do this, especially with the 8pin CPU cable. Does anyone know of any replacement cables that are compatible with this PSU without the caps, IOW just plain flex force cables? I looked at Cablemods but I am not a fan of the "spaghetti" style cables and the cost for just the three main cables in custom length is more than half what I paid for the PSU.