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post #611 of 2022
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Originally Posted by nGm@ze View Post
I am planning to get this case but im not so sure can i do a good cable management with this case and my motherboard http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131329. Since the ATX connector is located at an unusual place i compared with other case but the wiring hole locations are about the same. I wish the top wiring hole is wider, only fits in a CPU 8pin. Otherwise i will have to get an full tower case which has the wide wiring hole on the top, for example Antec 1200, but unfortunately it way over my budget. So i just want to ask what do you think, is there a way to hide the cables? Thanks in advance
You can hide the wires/cables using this case, but, after looking at your board.. I see exactly what you mean. That 24-pin is placed in an odd area, not in an easy place to tuck away. Also the SATA ports are sticking straight up not as close to the edge as I would have liked. It looks like the best way to route that 24-pin would be straight up. Depending on the type of cooler you get, you might be able to hide it somewhat. For example, check out my H50 below. Granted, I'm using a different motherboard than you, but, I was thinking you could hide a majority of that 24-pin behind the radiator and push/pull fans. Anyways, something to think about.


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post #612 of 2022
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You can hide the wires/cables using this case, but, after looking at your board.. I see exactly what you mean. That 24-pin is placed in an odd area, not in an easy place to tuck away. Also the SATA ports are sticking straight up not as close to the edge as I would have liked. It looks like the best way to route that 24-pin would be straight up. Depending on the type of cooler you get, you might be able to hide it somewhat. For example, check out my H50 below. Granted, I'm using a different motherboard than you, but, I was thinking you could hide a majority of that 24-pin behind the radiator and push/pull fans. Anyways, something to think about.


Won't that be a mess if a route it straight up? Btw im using a Zalman CNPS9700LED CPU Cooler. And i was planning to use the provided wiring holes.
Edited by nGm@ze - 2/28/10 at 8:38pm
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post #613 of 2022
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Won't that be a mess if a route it straight up? Btw im using a Zalman CNPS9700LED CPU Cooler. And i was planning to use the provided wiring holes.
Yeah, I really don't know where you would route it. You definitely can't go right (toward the front) and going down would hmm, maybe going down and routing it along the back panel behind your video cards? It might be a tight squeeze? Otherwise I can't really see where else you could take it and keep it hidden/tucked away? That goes for most cases I've seen. hmmm
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post #614 of 2022
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mine too...

edit: no wonder newegg through out that good deal. they're all messed up in some way..
Hmm, I just got my K62 for $99 with the free shipping deal from NewEgg, and the thing is flawless. I probably wouldn't have paid $120 for it, but for $99 bucks.. no brainer. The K62 is loaded with every feature Lian-Li could think of, and that black interior is nice eye candy.
    
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post #615 of 2022
Are there any good "small" 8 pin power extension cables? My corsair tx 850 can reach just fine, but I just can't quite get the cable through the hole.

Note: by small I don't necessarily mean length, I mean with small head that would fit through the hole at the top back of the case.
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post #616 of 2022
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Are there any good "small" 8 pin power extension cables? My corsair tx 850 can reach just fine, but I just can't quite get the cable through the hole.

Note: by small I don't necessarily mean length, I mean with small head that would fit through the hole at the top back of the case.
orignali posted from "hooFlungDung"... (i did the same thing)

I fed mine up with the ports facing the exhaust fans at the top - kinda like you are gonna plug the connector into the fan, then (carefully) used a pair of long-nosed pliers to twist them into the cavity.

Be careful with the pliers though - you could feasibly break something if you lose your temper.
Edited by asmo - 3/2/10 at 11:49am
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post #617 of 2022
Yeah, it took me a bit of futzing around, pulling/pushing each 4 pin connect through seperately, but eventually it got there with no blood lost, thanks to all the nice rounded edges on this case!
    
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post #618 of 2022
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Won't that be a mess if a route it straight up? Btw im using a Zalman CNPS9700LED CPU Cooler. And i was planning to use the provided wiring holes.
You could just route it around the front of the PSU at the base of it then up along the rear-inside corner of the left of the case (I hid a 12" LED strip here), up over the exhaust fan, around behind the exhaust and down to the port. You will need to get some wire tie hold-downs, but would really only see the cable running down next to your CPU cooler unless the panel is off. And if you ever got a larger cooler it would be hidden even more...
Edited by torquejunky - 3/7/10 at 3:34pm
 
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post #619 of 2022
Sign me up Love this case
post #620 of 2022
Hi there,

i plan to buy one of this case and would like some advices .
Is this case "silent" ?
I mean, if someone heared some vibrations due to the hard drives or the opticals ?

Thanks.
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