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  1. I would contact them via their RMA request page. I have always hear back within a day using such. My take is if I have an included cable with the case outside of the P1 I would try to swap it. My P1 and replacement P3 cables have been fine although I don't stress them to any degree. Since this thread has become dormant (to a large degree) I'm guessing the newer version is working fine. They switched to the 51 a while back and stopped shipping the 39 for replacements. Just checked on newegg and there are only two reviews for the 51 however both are five stars... it works. I'd give mine five as well although it's not nearly as "sexy" looking as the premium cable.
  2. They have revised the cable and stopped selling the prior version. I would presume older stock (of the cases) contain the older version. Physically they look a little different so one can probably tell which version you have... worse case they would ship you one of the new ones (not the premium version). The cable for my P1 is fine as well as a replacement they sent for a P3. Then again I don't game or whatnot. I did run one stress test for several minutes and it passed with flying colors.
  3. I received my replacement and it's the newly redesigned $29.99 branded model. I have a P1 and the replacement is much longer. Same part number as this guy although the beginning is different since it references an included riser versus retail. At least that is what support told me... I haven't used it so no feedback (yet). http://ttpremium.com/product/gaming-pci-e-3-0-x16-riser-cable/
  4. Has anyone used this new "redesigned" riser? If so, what is your experience... I have several builds that I'd like to use a riser for and so far I have refused to even attempt it... and I'm not charging clients for a $70 "premium" riser.