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i really need clamps for a cables in my testbench biggrin.gif
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700

Mine isn't that bad, at least I don't think so.
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Mine isn't that bad, at least I don't think so.

Looks pretty neat indeed smile.gif
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God-damn I wish i had a picture of mine. I spent about 2 hours one day tie-wrapping everything in place. Apart from the SATA cables it's immaculate.

Except now it's really difficult to remove my PSU lol.

Edit: Belay my last. I found one.

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bah, just realised that's without the HDD power and data cables in place. But that's the newest one i have frown.gif
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Here's mine biggrin.gif
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I actually really like this idea of extensions.

Never really thought about using them to make the cabling neat and tidy.

Then again I have never been one who cared about how nice my cables looked lol.
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i would take my side panel off and take a pic but im afraid i wont be able to get the cover back on again. I had to have a friend help me last time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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i would take my side panel off and take a pic but im afraid i wont be able to get the cover back on again. I had to have a friend help me last time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hahah, I think a lot of people will be able to identify with that statement.
I know I sure did, until a little while ago, when my ocd got so bad I had to try and fix it ^^
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post #19 of 177
As long as it closes and doesn't show in the front, doesn't matter to me. I hate when the back panel bulges though. I had the bulging problem with my 800d but with my 600t they made it wider so no problem anymore.
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400

Doesn't look too bad, does it?
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