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post #11 of 28
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Make it disappear altogether!

Get a Res that fits that pump like this one.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...ver_Black.html

Mine is in the mail, ETA, Monday. Ill give you a little review if you want. I also have a (D-5) MCP 655-b
Edited by cayennemist - 1/21/11 at 9:57pm
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WOW! That rig is BEAUTIFUL! I've always wanted to have good wire management, but I never got too good at it. Here's one of my better attempts. I pulled it off rather well with the 3d aurora, but it still needed work. With the side panel on, you can't see the drive bays, so that mess of wires was invisible.



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This will also fit that pump I think

http://www.dangerden.com/store/monso...reservoir.html
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Originally Posted by cayennemist View Post
Like This...

Make it disappear altogether!

Get a Res that fits that pump like this one.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...ver_Black.html

Mine is in the mail, ETA, Monday. Ill give you a little review if you want. I also have a (D-5) MCP 655-b
A bit out of my price range, sadly. Looks nice though. I'd still like a review on it though, you just might convince me.
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WOW! That rig is BEAUTIFUL! I've always wanted to have good wire management, but I never got too good at it. Here's one of my better attempts. I pulled it off rather well with the 3d aurora, but it still needed work. With the side panel on, you can't see the drive bays, so that mess of wires was invisible.



Wire management has a lot to do with the case. You could probably achieve something close to mine with a little hard work though. You're gonna need a lot of zip ties and patience for something you like.

I really sucked at this before, and one day just decided to try every hole my mobo had, and kept trying and trying until I got something close to that. When I changed to this case it was a lot easier to get it close to this.
Edited by Zaiber - 1/21/11 at 10:10pm
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I lack patience, but I make up for that with stubborn-ness, it's about the same thing.
post #17 of 28
Oooo your case looks hard to do good cable management. the right/back panel is exposed above your mobo tray. that will give you no place to hide the
PSU cables. Humm
Does the mobo tray have a hole in it? if not are you willing to put a hole in it?
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The tray doesn't have a hole, but I'm switching cases (swapping to an antec 900 from my htpc), which is very easy to mod and put holes on the mobo tray, I've seen loads of people do it.
post #19 of 28
get one of these from frys, like 10$ and looks so sweet if you run it from behind.

They have all of them as well. 4/8pin 6pin W/E you need
a lot easier than sleeve-ing them your self.
Edited by cayennemist - 1/21/11 at 10:32pm
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What are those called? That looks awesome!

Specifically of course, I know its a 24 pin extension lol.
Edited by Comrade Leo - 1/21/11 at 10:36pm
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