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K, so the cables within my computer are starting to look untidy and are crossing over each other. Is there any easy(ish) methods of cable management?

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post #2 of 14
If you have quite long cables and a holesaw then yes. Run your cables through holes and behind the motherboard back tray thing. (behind the other side door)
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post #3 of 14
Here is a picture of mine, 2 hole saws a 1 1/4" and a 2" hole saw. Real easy and with some tape and some patince getting your side back on reall nice mod that looks great.

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post #4 of 14
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Originally Posted by cbrazeau1115 View Post
Here is a picture of mine, 2 hole saws a 1 1/4" and a 2" hole saw. Real easy and with some tape and some patince getting your side back on reall nice mod that looks great.

nice job,i just built and modded just about the same,hd have a 140mm faceing down had to cut that out.
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Cheers for the replys guys, I will have to do something like this next weekend.
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post #6 of 14
Cut some holes.
Don't cut them circular though, makes them look ugly, instead, cut two ~1inch holes, and then connect them, making a sort of oval shape. Works so much better. Also, measure. Cut one for the 24pin, another for the SATA cables, another at bottom to get the PSU cables out, etc.
    
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post #7 of 14
If the holes are the correct size its really not that bad, and everything blends in pretty flushly so its not that bad.
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post #8 of 14
Yea use the holes it works out really well from what i've seen. Too bad my PSU is so old and the cables are too short... i had to put my PSU upside down just for it to reach the 24 and 4 pin motherboard spots.
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post #9 of 14
Zip ties, lots and lots of zip ties.

Taking off the rear pannel helps, since you can thread cables (for the front fans for instance) to the power supply (handily there is a hole punched through the mobo tray already right above the PSU).
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post #10 of 14
My cables are all visible but kinda tidied all up with some Blue Zip Ties. Have a look on the cable management thread a lot of people posted some impressive Antec 900 cable managment/mods. Annoying non modular PSU i learnt my lesson.
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