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ill try and post a pic later on... cuz the camera is my friend's camera and his currently sleeping... cuz its like 7.25am rite now...
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ye it should fit but for a easy way of getting them in is to slip it in the middle, bend and then snap them off that way its a little hole then so there is no fear of stippin the wire and it then not workin.

i have just redone mine/last nite and got this.

as you can see there is hardly any cable visable other than IDE and SATA cable and power to the board but there goin to be visiable as its on top of tray

good luck hope it all goes well for you
i would move your hard drive up a like 2 spots so it gets better flow around it. the logic board needs air flow around it more then the top does.

and that little red fan on the bottom left is doing nothing at all for your air flow just making noise you could remove it too.
Edited by gotspeed - 8/9/09 at 7:00pm
    
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and that little red fan on the bottom left is doing nothing at all for your air flow just making noise you could remove it too.
that red fan look like its blowing cool air into the gfx card
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that red fan look like its blowing cool air into the gfx card
its not moving enough air to make it worth while tho. if any thing it looks like its blowing out the back but its not cooling any thing and doesn't need to be there at all.
    
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MaxSteR: believe it or not, all it takes is perseverance (linked to prove it's spelled right hehe). But not just that, it takes a desire to do whatever it takes to hide the cables. If you obsess over it enough for a half an hour to an hour, then you can have extremely-impressive cable management that would even impress Scavenger. I mean, there are no mysteries to it. You just have to do it, and you have to have the desire for it to be done right. If you saw my cable management at all, then I want you to know that I did that without looking at anyone else's examples. I just started small and it eventually blossomed into what I consider to be perfection (even though the back is a complete mess). The reason I consider it perfection is because it's even more perfect today than it was when I took the pictures.

So, all you have to do is just begin and before you know it, one thing will lead to another and you'll start coming up with all sorts of cable management ideas which has lead people like Scavenger to have the cable management that they have.
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MaxSteR: believe it or not, all it takes is perseverance (linked to prove it's spelled right hehe). But not just that, it takes a desire to do whatever it takes to hide the cables. If you obsess over it enough for a half an hour to an hour, then you can have extremely-impressive cable management that would even impress Scavenger. I mean, there are no mysteries to it. You just have to do it, and you have to have the desire for it to be done right. If you saw my cable management at all, then I want you to know that I did that without looking at anyone else's examples. I just started small and it eventually blossomed into what I consider to be perfection (even though the back is a complete mess). The reason I consider it perfection is because it's even more perfect today than it was when I took the pictures.

So, all you have to do is just begin and before you know it, one thing will lead to another and you'll start coming up with all sorts of cable management ideas which has lead people like Scavenger to have the cable management that they have.
thats right
for me its the same, i just started putting the cables in some holes, and it may take half an hour or an hour, but you'll be satisfied.
so if you've got any time, DO IT!! xD

Btw, all the parts are on their way, they all left the shopt, only my sidepanel is still pending
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post #6947 of 19729
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what about the wires from the power supply can you tuck those down and post a after pic


1st step (sorry the pic is a bit blurry)...next time ill try and redo the back...

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MaxSteR: believe it or not, all it takes is perseverance (linked to prove it's spelled right hehe). But not just that, it takes a desire to do whatever it takes to hide the cables. If you obsess over it enough for a half an hour to an hour, then you can have extremely-impressive cable management that would even impress Scavenger. I mean, there are no mysteries to it. You just have to do it, and you have to have the desire for it to be done right. If you saw my cable management at all, then I want you to know that I did that without looking at anyone else's examples. I just started small and it eventually blossomed into what I consider to be perfection (even though the back is a complete mess). The reason I consider it perfection is because it's even more perfect today than it was when I took the pictures.

So, all you have to do is just begin and before you know it, one thing will lead to another and you'll start coming up with all sorts of cable management ideas which has lead people like Scavenger to have the cable management that they have.
ah thnkx twocables...i know it will take some time and patience so i will make some time get some smokes and plan on how to do mine in my own way with a little insparation from u guys... btw thnkx for adding me to the club iandroo
Edited by MaxSteR - 8/10/09 at 1:52am
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1st step (sorry the pic is a bit blurry)...next time ill try and redo the back...



ah thnkx twocables...i know it will take some time and patience so i will make some time get some smokes and plan on how to do mine in my own way with a little insparation from u guys... btw thnkx for adding me to the club iandroo
looks really good.
    
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MaxSteR: whoa, it's looking much better already. I knew you could do it. Before long, you'll have almost completely invisible cables - at least looking at it from the inside.
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post #6950 of 19729
hey twopenis he needs to have some wires -_- why not just have the bulk of them behind the tray out of view instead of in front where they will be seen and in the way.
    
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