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post #3491 of 7170
Bennaki, you can fold the cable to angle that fits. It won't get damaged... Just be careful with the Sata PCB on the SSD.
post #3492 of 7170
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Can I join the club ?

MB: ASUS P8Z77-M LGA 1155 Intel Z77
Processor: Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz
RAM: SAMSUNG 16GB 1600Mhz
CPU Cooler: Corsair H80i
Storage: WD Blue 1TB
Case: SilverStone Temjin Series TJ08B-E
Optical Drive: ASUS Black Blu-ray Burner
VGA: not yet
PSU: Corsair AX850 Gold
SSD: Samsung 840 pro 128GB





I ordered this part but it seems useless, cause there is no enough room for cables


Any suggest for better cable management ?


Don't panic. smile.gif I'm using the same adapter without any problem.
post #3493 of 7170
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Don't panic. smile.gif I'm using the same adapter without any problem.

how did you do it ?
post #3494 of 7170
I carefully make a fold (more like a roll, than a creased fold) at a 45° angle just behind the SATA connector. This will change the dirction of the cable by 90° so that it runs along the channel on the right side (in your photo) of the bay adapter towards the power supply.
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post #3495 of 7170
I use the same principle for my SSDs behind the mobo tray.
post #3496 of 7170
Does anyone know of a bracket mechanism that would allow me to mount this Koolance res/pump combo to my Magicool 180mm rad? The mounting mechanism that comes with the kit only allows spacing between 80-140mm. I've been looking pretty hard these past few days and cannot seem to find such a device, assuming one exists.

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post #3497 of 7170
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Does anyone know of a bracket mechanism that would allow me to mount this Koolance res/pump combo to my Magicool 180mm rad? The mounting mechanism that comes with the kit only allows spacing between 80-140mm. I've been looking pretty hard these past few days and cannot seem to find such a device, assuming one exists.

http://i46.tinypic.com/14187ew.jpg

http://i50.tinypic.com/1eunpf.jpg

http://i46.tinypic.com/2ith1f9.jpg

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Your plan is to attach this pump/reservoir to the front of the radiator? Maybe make a bracket with some sheetmetal and a drill; you could paint it black and it'd look all right. Or could you use the mounting holes for the hard drive cage or the air cooler support? Are you worried about restricting the airflow in front of the radiator?
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post #3498 of 7170
Hey everyone. Just finished some little upgrades on my TJ08-E. I decided not to go with the WD Velociraptor and instead go with the WD Caviar Black 1TB SATA3 7200RPM 64MB Cache Dual Proc Hard Drive and save my money for future upgrades:D Also added some red sleeved cables.

post #3499 of 7170
Looks good! I'm a big fan of Noctua.
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post #3500 of 7170
So I've spent the weekend reading the entire 350 pages of this thread.... it's cold out.

I decided to build with this case last week, and all of my gear will be in early this week. I have one question about the PSU.

I know that you want the positive pressure in the case, but i'm going to be running 2x 560ti in sli. (from my old build, just moved that to a 680.) I'm affraid that the psu up (fan up) won't suck enough heat off the cards, but I've not built this small of case before. 1/2 the parts are from my CM Scout build.

I'm putting an AX750 psu in it, so i'm not worried about which way fitting, I'm just lazy and want to build it once.

Up or Down? for me.


Edit: Never mind. Finally figured out the fans... they blow into the case. I'm going down to suck that air out.
Edited by koestel - 1/27/13 at 7:18pm
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