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post #1981 of 19405
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amd's 24pin port is right next to the cpu.. in the middle of the motherboard while Intel's ports are on the side. i take it amd's cables are harder to manage.

and u havnt answered my question yet 0_0
really... ? my a8n32-sli deluxe board was on the side. and i jsut looked at the evga 780i ftw board im going to get. same layout. o.O
post #1982 of 19405
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Originally Posted by *_* View Post
amd's 24pin port is right next to the cpu.. in the middle of the motherboard while Intel's ports are on the side. i take it amd's cables are harder to manage.

and u havnt answered my question yet 0_0
I have a 20-pin socket A that is like that.... but most modern boards are not like that.

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Here is mine. I hope you like it. A functional panel is coming this month: http://www.azerty.nl/producten/produ...B=omschrijving
Damn bre bre! you dropped some $$$ on that sucker. Nooice!
Edited by theCanadian - 11/15/08 at 2:06pm
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post #1983 of 19405
aiite.. so how is the cable management?
    
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post #1984 of 19405
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aiite.. so how is the cable management?
It's very good. It comes with built in clips.... so you can run your cables flush to tray around the edge of the mobo... but it also has holes, so you can run it under the MOBO.
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post #1985 of 19405
I'm not too impressed with the cable management. There really isn't enough room to run all the cables behind the mobo tray. When I ran my main ATX cable behind the case it pressed against the side panel too much and transferred vibrations from the PSU to the case.
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post #1986 of 19405
oh wow.. forum editor answered my question!

thanks for the tip guys!

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post #1987 of 19405
I've just got around to joining this club although I've had the case for a while. I've found good information here, like how to put an extra fan in the 5.25" bays, I don't know if that counts as modded, so just put me wherever.
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post #1988 of 19405
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I'm not too impressed with the cable management. There really isn't enough room to run all the cables behind the mobo tray. When I ran my main ATX cable behind the case it pressed against the side panel too much and transferred vibrations from the PSU to the case.
I agree. The space behind the mobo could be 1/4" bigger, and some of the routing hole could be slightly larger, but unless your running 5 HDD's and a million front panel stuff, it's acceptable...
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post #1989 of 19405
anybody know where i can get a 5.25" fan controller for like $10?
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post #1990 of 19405
u cant.... they are expensive as!

imo they are just a bunch of resistors with a knob on it
    
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