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[quote=Dorianime;11858144Red arrow: this cable your 4pin CPU cable?
the question mark: is there a whole at the back of this that leads you to the back of the case?
If so tuck that 4 pin in there and make it come out to where the dark green is pointing. then guide to the left [light green] and done, if the cable isn't long enough buy and extension for it. Also try to make it stay on that ledge so its not hanging out (electrical tape, hot glue something white?)

the kind of hard to seen light green '1' where do those cables go and what are their function?[/quote]

i tried routing them through the back, the wont reach. the light green are two fan connectors i havent done anything with yet.
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i tried routing them through the back, the wont reach. the light green are two fan connectors i havent done anything with yet.
alright, Buy yourself one whenever. I had the same issue In my scout case. so i went to fry's and bout one for about 3 bucks
also have you tried rotating the Fans on the heatsink? the cables just sticking like that looks kind of messy




Unclip the fans and rotate them as the Arrow points to. The blu labeled cable should re-appear above the Ram, and the pink once should tuck and kind of hide on the bottom of the heat sinks/ side of CPU
As far as the #pin fans goes I don’t know what the rest of the case looks like opened up

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Maybe it's an oh-so-slightly loose 24 pin or 8 pin power connector.
^ this was my thought go through your case and give everything a snug push and see if that works?
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Red arrow: this cable your 4pin CPU cable?
the question mark: is there a whole at the back of this that leads you to the back of the case?
If so tuck that 4 pin in there and make it come out to where the dark green is pointing. then guide to the left [light green] and done, if the cable isn't long enough buy and extension for it. Also try to make it stay on that ledge so its not hanging out (electrical tape, hot glue something white?)

the kind of hard to seen light green '1' where do those cables go and what are their function?
Even better, you have a hole just above the top left of your Mobo (red arrow) use this for your 8 pin ATX power, by routing the cable behind the Mobo tray and out this hole.

Take the front panel switch wires (the wires maked with the 1), route them behind the lower drive cage, and you will find another cable management hole (from the back side of the case), right in front of the lower cage, that gets you into the front of the case trim where the switches/lights are. These wires will then be completely hidden.


Edited by xandypx - 1/1/11 at 8:09pm
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nvm.
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fixed your pics.

A couple fan extension cables so you can re-route them as well as the 8pin connector through the back (with an extension if needed) wouldn't hurt...but not terrible really. Also, turn the fans one step clockwise so the power connectors are closer towards the motherboard to aid with management.
wait some1 had already given out what i just posted!
sorry man
now i feel damn right silly
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Even better, you have a hole just above the top left of your Mobo (red arrow) use this for your 8 pin ATX power, by routing the cable behind the Mobo tray and out this hole.
i tried that, it wont fit.
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i was planning on doing a little more cable managment later, i just built it like 5 days ago.
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Modright makes cable extensions (3pin/4pin molex/6pin/8pin/24pin) that range from $5-$12 depending on which cable. Pick up an 8pin to 4+4 cpu power extension here and it will make you life much easier.
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Modright makes cable extensions (3pin/4pin molex/6pin/8pin/24pin) that range from $5-$12 depending on which cable. Pick up an 8pin to 4+4 cpu power extension here and it will make you life much easier.
Based on the pic of the PSU, it looks like a GameXStream which already has a 4+4 - 8pin connector.
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