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Looking good bro. Cable management is A+.
Here's a crappy pic on my rig.
What fans are those?
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bitfenix spectre pro
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bitfenix spectre pro
Yours looks nice as well thumb.gif
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Very nice. Can I ask what's the purpose of the rear filter? With as little airflow as you have it seems like it would prevent more than help anything. Just trying to keep her super clean? biggrin.gif
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Nice! Clean! nicely clean biggrin.gif

I've been waiting forever at my new M-ITX case, so in the mean time I use the 650.
Suddenly it's a HUGE case!
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Excuse the dangling wires, those are cleaned up now.

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Excuse the dangling wires, those are cleaned up now.
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I'm definitely digging the overall cleanliness of this setup. You can remove that plastic piece in front of the fan by removing the screws that hold it in on the bottom. That is if you haven't already lol wink.gif
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Nice! Clean! nicely clean biggrin.gif
I've been waiting forever at my new M-ITX case, so in the mean time I use the 650.
Suddenly it's a HUGE case!
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HAHAHAHA that just looks way toooooo funny to have such a small MLB in this case lachen.giflachen.gif

I cant wait to see what you put that in to and how you'll end up using the 650D.

But funny none the less biggrin.gif
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Excuse the dangling wires, those are cleaned up now. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Do you see that plastic piece between the hard drive cage and the front fan? You can actually take it out since you are not using it. There are screws on the bottom of the case which let you unscrew it. Might give you some more space or give you case a cleaner look. Other than that, it look nice!
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