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post #6481 of 23554
Yup. I have mine twisty tied in separate strands to their spots. Only my 24 pin is out in the open and that's cause my current modular lacks length. I'm not using one of my main loom and still need to figure out what to do with it as well.

I think I'll take a pic in a bit to show off what a nice setup can look like even when it's not sleeved.

So I'm gonna log off and take a could shots. Be back later.

Okay took a lot longer than I expected(via Cell to Netbook to Thumbdrive to System to...) but I finally got it uploaded.


~Ceadder

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Originally Posted by Nhb93 View Post
I find it a nightmare to try to get the side panel on, because I have a lot of molex connectors. Maybe if I sleeved the whole thing it would fit better. I personally have the two extra 6-pin connectors and the 4-pin stuffed under the last HDD and they're completely hidden. Just a thought.

Edited by Ceadderman - 5/8/10 at 9:07pm
 
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whats wrong with that tuniq
 
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post #6483 of 23554
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whats wrong with that tuniq
Mounting holes are slightly crooked so that you can have both 1156 and 775 on my motherboard.
post #6484 of 23554
Well, here's my updated cable management.

Here's the reason I'm never afraid to redo it. I have a lot of zip ties.
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post #6485 of 23554
Im back, with the coolermaster HAF logo again i finished the image using the GIMP.
Here are the results....


I think is a lot easyer to print it in a vinyl printer.


And here is the original image's in High Resolution
In the .rar are included 3 .tif images with logo in different colors.
Image format: .TIF
7020x5100
http://hotfile.com/dl/41911274/2a520..._logo.rar.html

Let me know if someone found this useful.
post #6486 of 23554
Alright! I got er done. I have the cable management pics. Just have to transfer them from my netbook to my system since the netbook isn't on the network.

While I was away I got tired of looking at the cable/pcb for the I/O panel still intact. No the one that didn't work. So anyway, I figured out a really cool way to separate the hot glue from the connectors and since I did I'll add something to the LED thread. But I'm going to tackle the USBs' first. Also known as JP4 and JP6 on your PCB. I don't know how it's going to turn out but I've planned on flipping them before I ever got my HAF. Thanks to CM and this DOA panel, I have something to use to attempt this w/o screwing up a perfectly good I/O like I thought I was gonna HAF to do.

Stay tuned soon as I get my new weller tip, I'm gonna tear into it.I figure it's doable as all I have to do is 180 the plugs to the MoBo But they have slots on them, making them plug in one way. So you gotta 180 the USB plugs as well. I just have to see if I can get the solder off the board and if I need something to step up the tension required to keep the leads from being too loose.

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You got a desoldering pump?
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This might sound like a really dumb question, but in all my years of building, I've always had the power supply on the bottom, with the fan facing down (there have always been vents for the fan on the bottom of the cases I've bought).

Do you leave the fan facing downward, so it pulls in room air to cool off the psu?

Or, do any of you face the power supply fan upward, so it takes hot air from the case and blows it out the back? I've seen a lot of pictures lately with setups like that.
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Generally people have the fan facing up to prevent dust build-up.
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My psu fan is facing the bottom. I clean the psu every month or so cuz I think it gets dirtier this way.
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