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I'll post my HAf tomorrow. My new parts and UV reactive zip ties are coming. I love having a Uv reactive mobo and cables. my one issue is the side panel is hard to get on with the cables in the way. sometimes.
Nice, pics should come out great with the UV.

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Nice guide
Thank you. Post some pics if you have any. This thread was really intended for others to post pics of their case as well. A HAF 932 gallery for all to showcase their cable management ideas, lol.
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this was the best i could do with electrical tape and elbow grease(yea i know my cpu cooler is pure fail)


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the uv reactive zip ties didnt't work good. im redoing the cable management with someth uv reactive things. ill post when i get my new power supply.
    
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nice guide! i just recently replaced my busted 800watt psu with a corsair TX750w, wished the cables were detachable, but either way, cable management is fairly easy, though the back panel, behind the mobo, maybe somewhat of a mess of cables. though at least the stuff you see is nice and clean.
    
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nice guide! i just recently replaced my busted 800watt psu with a corsair TX750w, wished the cables were detachable, but either way, cable management is fairly easy, though the back panel, behind the mobo, maybe somewhat of a mess of cables. though at least the stuff you see is nice and clean.

Cool, please feel free to post some pics of it. That way, others with non-modular PSU's can see what you did to keep yours looking tidy .

I havent done anything to my case lately. I through in a new Silverstone SF85 power supply (which is completely modular) and cleaned up the fan cables on the side panel. That's about it though. Still havent gotten around to painting . I will be able to now though. I am moving next weekend and I will have a patio to do my painting (not a garage but it will do). The joys of living in an apartment .....
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post #27 of 48
Got my case this weekend. Been fiddling with it ever since. Finally got everything sorted although Im only using food ties at the moment as im doing a full overhaul at christmas to make it perfect with fan controllers and cable ties and stuff. Not sure if you guys are looking for water cooling people but seeing as I have more fans than most air coolers (8 in total) maybe itll be of some help. Plus I'm one of the cheapskates with a non-modular psu. You should be able to hide some cables under your harddrives although the easy drivebays are somewhat of a hassle. Also try tucking one or two at the bottom in front of the psu. If you have bridged 4-pins like I do just tuck them into the side at the back if possible.
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I had 12 or 13 in mine, cant remember now.


Ya I had all the spare cables under the HDD racks and one on the side of the PSU. But I dont have to worry about it now since I am selling my HAF 932 .
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You should fold the ATX power cable behind the motherboard to improve the aesthetics
Edited by TekWarfare - 12/28/09 at 7:59am
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Sorry to revive an old thread.

Nice guide by the way, very handy.

By the way are you guys able to close the back ok or do you need to push it in while you screw the panel in.

I've tried fixing my cables nice and tight but the back panel just won't slot in unless I push it.

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