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Started my new build on Sunday night and Im getting near the end. Have to plug in my sata cables, some power cables etc. Just making sure everything looks like it should so far. Here is a photo.



Tomorrow I have to install my Vengeance Ram and my graphics card which came in today.



Does everything look ok so far. Making sure nothing looks out of place or installed wrong etc.
    
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looks fine to me
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I usually route the PSU cables behind the motherboard (depending on what case you have), because as it looks right now, you might have a hard time installing your video card. Don't forget to connect the hard drives, but other than that it looks good.
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I usually route the PSU cables behind the motherboard (depending on what case you have), because as it looks right now, you might have a hard time installing your video card. Don't forget to connect the hard drives, but other than that it looks good.
Its an Antec 902 v2. I tried routing the cpu cable behind but it was too short. I did route the 20+4 cable behind the mobo and it just barely made it. The rest of the cables are modular so will be a tad easier as they are MUCH longer than the ones that came with the PSU. Thanks for your input. I should have wired the drives before I put them in place.
    
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Can you flip your PSU upside down i have a antec three hundred and i had mounted it the same as yours but my cables where in the way so i had noticed that thare was about 3/4 of an inch space at the bottom of the case for air flow. so i flipped it seams like theres a good amount of air flow exhausting out the back no so im going to stick with it that way hope this helps.
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Can you flip your PSU upside down i have a antec three hundred and i had mounted it the same as yours but my cables where in the way so i had noticed that thare was about 3/4 of an inch space at the bottom of the case for air flow. so i flipped it seams like theres a good amount of air flow exhausting out the back no so im going to stick with it that way hope this helps.
There is no cutout for the fan on the psu if it were upside down. Ive been trying to route as many cables as possible behind mobo using the tiny cutouts in the antec case but some of the Kingwin cables are kinda short.
    
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