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I have a 850w power supply i need a modular but since i dont what do people do with all the wires i cant route them any where any ideas?
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post #2 of 4
You could do what a lot of people do with the 900, cut holes in the case so you can route the wires behind the motherboard tray.
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u could mount the psu on top of your case, and cut a hole through the top and rout the wires through that way, when you mount make sure u have spacers inbetween the case and psu to prevent heat. also when you put the wires through the case but some electrical tape around the wires touch the case so they do not split.
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Bottom mounting works better, simply due to the fact that it leaves room on the top for a top fan and other stuff.
    
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