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*off topic: Studded tires work wonders in combination with 4wd*


Uhhh 4wd MOPED? Id love one! lol
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Anyone have any idea on how to cover up the rear cables on this case? I always have my PC turned sideways on my desk and seeing the wires directly to the right of my is starting to annoy me. I love the look of the FT-02 design how the cables connect up top and they all come out a small hole in the back, very clean. It's inspiring me to think of a way to hide them but still look pleasing and flow with the case design. Now that I have the gears turning, any ideas?
 
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Uhhh 4wd MOPED? Id love one! lol

it was a general quote but..
here (adult moped version biggrin.gif )
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Anyone have any idea on how to cover up the rear cables on this case? I always have my PC turned sideways on my desk and seeing the wires directly to the right of my is starting to annoy me. I love the look of the FT-02 design how the cables connect up top and they all come out a small hole in the back, very clean. It's inspiring me to think of a way to hide them but still look pleasing and flow with the case design. Now that I have the gears turning, any ideas?

Plexiglas/acrylic bending time? I think that would be the easiest way to do it.
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post #6035 of 12527
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//OFFTPIC

Good luck driving it on sheer ice like we have here wink.gif lol. I would actually pay to see that here, the roads are unreal after our last snowfall.
Been driving with my throttle cable stuck for 10 Km, thru 20*C Minus with crappy gloves and normal cloths on. smile.gif I did drift for 30 meters lol...
post #6036 of 12527
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Plexiglas/acrylic bending time? I think that would be the easiest way to do it.

Yep. Takes 2 min of measurering. 5-10 min of cutting, and somewhat 3 min of hheating if you got a proper heat gun... Btw. I got some lights in my case, and they sorta flash... Like they aint getting enough power. I'm running a CM 850w Psu, an i7 2700k @ 4.4 GHz. a 670 PE at 1150 Mhz, 4 fans LED, 2 ram fans 8 Gig of Corsair Dominator 1600 Ram...
post #6037 of 12527
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Plexiglas/acrylic bending time? I think that would be the easiest way to do it.
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Yep. Takes 2 min of measurering. 5-10 min of cutting, and somewhat 3 min of hheating if you got a proper heat gun... Btw. I got some lights in my case, and they sorta flash... Like they aint getting enough power. I'm running a CM 850w Psu, an i7 2700k @ 4.4 GHz. a 670 PE at 1150 Mhz, 4 fans LED, 2 ram fans 8 Gig of Corsair Dominator 1600 Ram...
I've never worked with those materials so I suppose it'd be fun learning! I was thinking of basically bending aluminium or sheet metal as I have access to a brake. I'm going to do some measuring and draw up a few designs.
 
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post #6038 of 12527
This is my mod to hide the cables at the bottom atleast, also mounted a 120mm intake with a raised flow from bottom of case. Its bent plexi from heat gun then wrapped in carbon fiber. You could do the same concept there

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post #6039 of 12527
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Btw. I got some lights in my case, and they sorta flash... Like they aint getting enough power. I'm running a CM 850w Psu, an i7 2700k @ 4.4 GHz. a 670 PE at 1150 Mhz, 4 fans LED, 2 ram fans 8 Gig of Corsair Dominator 1600 Ram...

Are they hooked to the case fan controller?
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post #6040 of 12527
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Anyone have any idea on how to cover up the rear cables on this case? I always have my PC turned sideways on my desk and seeing the wires directly to the right of my is starting to annoy me. I love the look of the FT-02 design how the cables connect up top and they all come out a small hole in the back, very clean. It's inspiring me to think of a way to hide them but still look pleasing and flow with the case design. Now that I have the gears turning, any ideas?

I'm not sure I'm following you here, what wires are you trying to hide? No matter, sounds like fun biggrin.gif
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