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Why dosen't it work that way?
Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 2/27/16 at 4:49pm
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Why dosen't it work that way?

The cable acts like an antenna for its entire length, picking up electromagnetic noise being emitted from the MOBO that travels in both directions. If you have the capacitors only at the PSU end, some of the noise will make to the device, such as the GPU, because part of the cable/antenna will be closer to the GPU than to the PSU, meaning there is less resistance to the noise than to the PSU.

Newer MOBOs are "cleaner", noisewise, than the older ones so there is far less for the cables to pick up, so one probably can get away without the caps at the end of the cable unless it's an older MOBO or a really cheap PSU.
     
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You fix that by using a isolated wire, not a compacitor.
Isolated wire means your picking up zero interferance

In linear systems, picking up noise would be a plorbem, but not in a power system.
Like a amplifier, the input wire is isolated, do we see input wires for music using a compacitor at ends to isolate sound? No we don't.

In a power system, all that matters is the ammount of compacitance you have, more you have the better it is. More compacitance, cleaner the voltage. The more load you have, more compacitors should used. In a power system, you can pick up as much sound as you want, not going to be a plorbem

Futhermore, a compacitor is not going to help magnetifield isolation at all
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_shielding
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Hi There,

What are your thoughts please on the best method to cable manage individually sleeved cables behind the motherboard tray. I was looking at some adhesive zip tie anchors but I feel that wouldn't be the cleanest looking method. I do like the builds where each cable is side by side. How do you achieve that look?

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I got a Corsair C70 since I love the Industrial strength Power buttons and handles, good portable build.
Removed the HDD Cages and use a 4 x SSD SATA Cage in one of the 3 x 5.25' drive bays.
This gave me a ton of space inside the C70, Corsiar Hydro AIO is top mounted, so I could measure the cable lengths, send them behind the MB and Mundi @ icemodz is just a cut above the rest and I have no tools or skills to build my own.
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Hi There,

What are your thoughts please on the best method to cable manage individually sleeved cables behind the motherboard tray. I was looking at some adhesive zip tie anchors but I feel that wouldn't be the cleanest looking method. I do like the builds where each cable is side by side. How do you achieve that look?

Many Thanks.

Drill 2 holes in mainboard tray, throw some screws through them. Cut a couple of pieces of metal as hold down brackets. Use a couple of nuts to hold them in place.


Edited by lowfat - 3/2/16 at 8:14am
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Hi @lowfat that is a very clean and simple solution, thank you. I will look into this further for my case.

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There's also these http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalogsearch/result/?is_ajax=1&limit=90&q=Mod%2FSmart+Kobra+SS+Cable&wiremanagementtype=2458http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalogsearch/result/?is_ajax=1&limit=90&q=Mod%2FSmart+Kobra+SS+Cable&wiremanagementtype=2458 and these http://www.performance-pcs.com/flat-snap-close-nylon-cable-clamp-adhesive-back-4-5cm-black.html but I'm not keen on the adhesive tape parts cause they seem to unstick when they get warm :/
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