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Thanks for all the advice! I think I'll stick with the XFX, since I've found a great price for it. Also, how do you guys deal with the unused cables in nonmodular PSU's? Just curious.

i have a 650w xxx edition in my 912 adv.

cables are long enough
the extra unused pci-e cables are a bit of a nuisance (i would still prefer that they're not there at all) but will still fit in the 912 without problems
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i have a 650w xxx edition in my 912 adv.

cables are long enough
the extra unused pci-e cables are a bit of a nuisance (i would still prefer that they're not there at all) but will still fit in the 912 without problems

Thanks!!
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In a standard midtower, I'd just zip tie unused cables together to the bottom cable routing hole and/or bottom drive bay (assuming you have a space open and aren't using a bottom fan). That's out of the way of airflow, is reasonably tidy, won't move around too much while transporting the case, and doesn't take much effort to set up. IMHO it's not really an issue unless you're looking at some really small form factor system. In general I don't much see the point of modular PSUs unless you're OCD or really want to show off that system and have a side panel window and so on, but that's just me.

That's a great idea! Thanks a lot!
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