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LoL My HAF 912 is just as bad but I have super small and not modular psu so thats my excuse. thumb.gif
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Really bad excuse. wink.gif See that SSD cage? It's perfect for all those spare PSU cables.

So many excuses you can try harder smile.gif

I have a non modular 850w P/S and it was a bloody nightmare to get all cables hidden but I did get there eventually.

No excuse on my part, just backing up Einjoh. As for the SSD cage hiding the cables... It keeps them nice and neat, and they don't block airflow. Plus, if I wanted to use them, I don't have to undo the zipties I would have used to keep them in back.
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No excuse on my part, just backing up Einjoh. As for the SSD cage hiding the cables... It keeps them nice and neat, and they don't block airflow. Plus, if I wanted to use them, I don't have to undo the zipties I would have used to keep them in back.

Im just having a go at ya. Nothing serious
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Im just having a go at ya. Nothing serious

If you saw the back though... Man, you have no idea how right you are about trying harder there. I remember the back panel bowing as I forced it on a few times. tongue.gif
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If you saw the back though... Man, you have no idea how right you are about trying harder there. I remember the back panel bowing as I forced it on a few times. tongue.gif

As you can see above mines a bit messy but it has to be that way to allow the panel to go on if only they could of made it 25mm wider
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If you saw the back though... Man, you have no idea how right you are about trying harder there. I remember the back panel bowing as I forced it on a few times. tongue.gif

When I first built my computer, the cables created too much clutter behind the door, and no matter what way I arranged them, they would not fit with the door on. Now, I just might not have the ninja technique required, but I could not get it on. My case door was bowed out too. I even tried to add a weight to the top to force it closed (weight = me), and that only bent the little... metal arms that hold it in place. Bent them back, but I didn't try to do anything that ambitious again.
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I 3rd or 4th a vote for the 912 for an awesome budget case thumb.gif . I have 2 now. my rig is in one and I made the family HTPC in one.
when I first got mine I started with a TRUE for cooling and that was my decision maker in getting the 912. now have a full loop in it.
700
and yes I know the loop kinda out grew the case when I added a second rad, but I think it looks cool wheee.gif
Going to change the tubing to red as soon as I have a few $$

I would get a desk before I got new tubes, but that is just me. Carpet gives me rub burns. smile.gif
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450
700

Nice follower to my old case ( Antec 900 ) and that size difference.. LOL

Add me in? wink.gif
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Okay, here is a question for anybody with the 200 mm Cooler Master Megeflow fans. I was going to mount one in the front and top of my case (I got 2 120 sickleflows, one for the side and back.). However, I was having trouble figuring out how to secure the fan to the front.

Problem one. The screws that came with the fan is too fat for the holes. Just won't fit.

Problem two. The screws that were on my old fan are not long enough. The new fan is too thick. However, the fan has two "mount points", and I can by pass the first one and get it in, but it will be loose.

Any ideas on this?
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All this talk about Cable Management made me dig round my pics to share. cool.gif

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Okay, here is a question for anybody with the 200 mm Cooler Master Megeflow fans. I was going to mount one in the front and top of my case (I got 2 120 sickleflows, one for the side and back.). However, I was having trouble figuring out how to secure the fan to the front.

Problem one. The screws that came with the fan is too fat for the holes. Just won't fit.

Problem two. The screws that were on my old fan are not long enough. The new fan is too thick. However, the fan has two "mount points", and I can by pass the first one and get it in, but it will be loose.

Any ideas on this?

Well first one is easy. Don't use them.

Second one not so much. Do you have a pic of this? Cause I have these fans and the body should be able to be tapped by any screw that has a reasonable bite. I'm not sure where you see only two mounting points. A pic would certainly clear this up. mellowsmiley.gif


~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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All this talk about Cable Management made me dig round my pics to share. cool.gif
Well first one is easy. Don't use them.
Second one not so much. Do you have a pic of this? Cause I have these fans and the body should be able to be tapped by any screw that has a reasonable bite. I'm not sure where you see only two mounting points. A pic would certainly clear this up. mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Hmm.. By "mounting points" I don't really mean how many places the screws go. I meant more like the two pieces of plastic that stick out from the body at each place you place a screw, that the screw goes through. Basically, you insert a screw, it goes through one piece of plastic, push it further, it goes through another.
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I found a solution to my problem. I just took the screw and finessed it into the second screw hole (avoiding the first), and screwed that in. That left it loose, but with the front door on, it keeps it in place.
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