I've built my pc now and I've installed all of the components. But I did the very foolish thing of unpacking the power cables for my PSU and monitor, and now I'm having trouble seeing which is which.
I've looked underneath what I think is the psu(Corsair TX750) plug and the fuse says "13A". I had a look at the one I think is the monitor(Asus PA238Q) and that says "13A" too!
The only difference I can spot between them is that on one of them it says "SP-62" on the plug head, and on the other it says "SP-60", whatever that means. There also seems to be a number on the plug head too in a circle which says 12, whereas on the other it says 9.
What do you guys think? Do you think I'd be safe to use these cables as they are?
Are you talking about this type of cable? Kettle cable. If so I have a bag full of them and if I need one I just plug one in. I suppose you could check the fuse in the plug end but other than that you should be fine.