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Originally Posted by Lost-boi View Post
General update on my PC as of now:
Now we show off the backside-
I'm so jealous.


Is there any real need for the poll about the 922/932 to still be there at the top? It kinda seems like a moot point now.
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Were have I been... *Sorry for the quality, it wasn't exactly a point and shoot camera I was using.
post #10373 of 23525
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Is there any real need for the poll about the 922/932 to still be there at the top? It kinda seems like a moot point now.
No. I'm working to get that removed. As I don't have access to it since I didn't post it.
    
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post #10374 of 23525
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I'm so jealous.
No more wondering if the side panel is going to close
Everything fits like a glove and only the cables that I needed were made. No useless cables in this case!
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post #10375 of 23525
just like to update a picture of mine.
just added a H70 and a GTX580
phone pics sorry. will get better ones when its tidyer
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post #10376 of 23525
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Originally Posted by Lost-boi View Post

EVERY cable in this build is handmade by myself.


Now we show off the backside-



Very Nice Cabling Job - I've been kicking around the idea myself. You have any tips or tutorials for doing custom cabling?

Now for my real questions:
Anyone know of good 200mm fans with red LEDs? I know that CM and XIGMATEK make some, anyone know any other good models?

Also, anyone know good online modding supply stores other than FrozenCPU? I like being able to shop around, and Newegg and Tigerdirect don't really offer modding supplies.
 
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post #10377 of 23525
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Originally Posted by ZombieEinstein View Post
You have any tips or tutorials for doing custom cabling?
Label every wire and double check the voltages BEFORE hooking a PC component up to it. Start with fans first because they are easy. Doing a whole PSU like I did is not for the first timer.
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post #10378 of 23525
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Originally Posted by Lost-boi View Post
Label every wire and double check the voltages BEFORE hooking a PC component up to it. Start with fans first because they are easy. Doing a whole PSU like I did is not for the first timer.
I know all about that stuff - I've been building computers for friends and family almost 10 years now and I'm studying Electromechanical Engineering. I've also already done some custom fan wiring because I really dislike it when I have all this extra cable just flopping around between the fan and the connector (or if the cable isn't long enough); it's also simple enough to do, short wires, and only 3 or 4 of them.

Anyway, I'm thinking I'm going to keep things simple at first. My sata power cable has about 4 inches between each connector, but my hard drives are only an inch to an inch and half about. This just creates a bunch of bulge.
I'm going to single braid my power cables this summer when I have time, and while I'm at it, I'm planning on shortening the distance between connectors (probably to 1/2, since they are 90 degree connectors and I can leave the first one where it is, move the third down to in between the first and second and then trim the end - to avoid any bare spots in the insulation). I'll then probably make a custom length Molex to connect to my Hot Swap bays and to where a fan controller is going to go.
I'll then just single braid my PCI-e connectors since they are a perfect length already.
I'm still deciding what to do with the main power cable. It's hard wired in, and it just barely reaches. I'd debating whether I buy a pre-made extension (single braid, of course) then shorten the already existent cable to just the right length, or if I should make my own impromptu fully modular PSU and bring the cable back all the way to a couple inches from the the PSU, then either make my own cable that will be just the right length, or if I buy a pre-made one.

I would do any cable trimming one wire at a time (remove, cut to length, replace in connector, then move to next wire on the cable), lessens the risk of putting the wrong cable in the wrong spot.

Right now, all my cables are wrapped, but I've since discovered that this only makes them harder to position
 
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Sounds like you've got it figured out, but here's link on sleeving
    
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I bought some Demciflex custom filters for my HAF 932 case. I am trying to figure out how to pop off the front plastic grill at the bottom (where the Cooler Master logo is located) that covers the front fan. The manual illustrates a hand grabbing it from the bottom . I tried with a small amount of force but was unable to remove it. Is there something to press or a direction in which you should be applying the force in order to remove it? I'm wary of breaking it. Thanks in advance!
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