This was not such of an issue back in the days of CAT5 but it is important with CAT6/A.
If you want to achieve maximum speed/bandwidth you must observe the minimum bend radius spec. For your cable it might be something like 300mm. So that means no right angles. If you accidentally kink a section of cable it would be best to pull that section back and toss it away.
It may sound like I'm making this stuff up but it really does matter. Another thing, if you decide to make up your own patch cables be aware that they cannot be any old length, it must be cut to suit the wavelength. Yes a patch cable of any random length will work, but you will not always achieve full rate through it.