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its up to you savage, the manufacturer put those wires like that for a reason, i.e it shouldnt do any damage. Like I said I route my wires differently, just hope that the wires dont get damaged by routing them under the heatpipes as I posted in that picture.
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its up to you savage, the manufacturer put those wires like that for a reason, i.e it shouldnt do any damage. Like I said I route my wires differently, just hope that the wires dont get damaged by routing them under the heatpipes as I posted in that picture.

Yup, Look back on the last page how I routed it. It's pretty much perfect now too
post #24 of 24
waste of time/effort/money/worry

if that wire ever melts the laptop is toast anyway

i would leave it alone
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