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Not as far as I know, haven't had any of those issues myself either.
The case is well built, everything fits perfectly.

Same here, it's a very high quality case. thumb.gif
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Here's a quick progress shot of the front of my 650d build...

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Case fascia temp assembled by Satterwhite.C, on Flickr
post #3833 of 4826
Any hints on cable routing in the back for those without modular PSU's? Having a hell of a time getting the back not to bulge.

My front window also curves outwards on one side :/

Also, have people sleeved other cables manually? such as the headers, sata, etc/
Edited by Nabi - 8/19/12 at 6:09pm
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Any hints on cable routing in the back for those without modular PSU's? Having a hell of a time getting the back not to bulge.
Do one cable at a time and spread them out. Use zipties, and you can bunch up a lot of the cables behind the 5.25" bays cage.
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My front window also curves outwards on one side :/
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Also, have people sleeved other cables manually? such as the headers, sata, etc/
You can, ive seen people do it before.
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Any hints on cable routing in the back for those without modular PSU's? Having a hell of a time getting the back not to bulge.
My front window also curves outwards on one side :/
Also, have people sleeved other cables manually? such as the headers, sata, etc/

I have done Sata, it's a pain in the ass! At least the way I wanted it. You need lots of patience. I ended up ripping all the sleeving apart to start over. Haven't had time to do it though.

EDIT: I am talking about Sata power cables, not data. Data is easy, I have done 3 of them.
Edited by Sevada88 - 8/20/12 at 7:07am
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Do one cable at a time and spread them out. Use zipties, and you can bunch up a lot of the cables behind the 5.25" bays cage.
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You can, ive seen people do it before.

Thanks. I may take another stab at it this week.

Think I'm going to hit up Corsair to see if anything can be done about the window. See below...
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I can guarantee you, they will send you a new side panel without asking any questions. That much I do know about Corsair. I am sure most people here will agree, too.
Edited by Sevada88 - 8/20/12 at 9:02am
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I can guarantee you, they will send you a new side panel without asking any question. That much I do know about Corsair. I am sure most people here will agree, too.

Thanks Sev. It's not a huge deal to me, just surprising since the case was so well packaged.
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I'm trying to do this but can't figure out a good way to mount the fans together (been practicing on corsair 120mm fans from H100). I tried the screws that came with AP-15 as well as Corsair case fan screws but can get anything screwed all the way in. Did you use screws or some adhesive? Thanks for the help.



http://www.overclock.net/t/907643/corsair-obsidian-650d-mid-tower/3800#post_17842355
Edited by finfud - 8/22/12 at 5:07pm
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Hi all. I finished my 650D build







More pics, build log, etc. at http://www.gtawh.com/forums/index.php?/topic/94-my-next-pc-build-codename-oasis
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