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Quick update: 84,567 votes for pictures. biggrin.gif
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+15,433 from me, cause I can wink.gif
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Wanna and Needa see more on the X2 case!
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

Is it because the S5 is a bit smaller?
I don't find mine too big at all, and it's sitting on my desk 24/7. Give it some thought, you've got a beautiful case there.

Yes, would like a smaller case. Its taking up space on the desk.
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anybody have sata cable recommendations for something that will better fit with a fully stacked/loaded drive cage? they sit so close together in a way that the spacing between each SATA power connector makes me have to run them to every other drive and make two cable runs, and the connectors still feel a little strained

essentially, looking for something like this
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not sure what the keyword I'm looking for is. sata cable obviously returns tons of results smile.gif
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Most PSUs come with daisychained SATA cables (also Molex but not relevant here). Aren't they what you are looking for?
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Most PSUs come with daisychained SATA cables (also Molex but not relevant here). Aren't they what you are looking for?

right, but most of them have way too much spacing between each connector, so you're left to awkwardly loop them around. the corsair ax1500i in particular (what I have) has somewhat stiff ribbon style cabling, so it's too stiff to route on after another. I have to run 1+3 and another 2+4 if that makes sense
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right, but most of them have way too much spacing between each connector, so you're left to awkwardly loop them around. the corsair ax1500i in particular (what I have) has somewhat stiff ribbon style cabling, so it's too stiff to route on after another. I have to run 1+3 and another 2+4 if that makes sense

Ya, I know what you mean. The Corsair cables are quite stiff- stock or sleeved. Your best bet would be to get 1->2 or 1->3 SATA splitter cables. These are available from a lot of places, inexpensive but usually come without any sleeving if that matters. Example: http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-PYO2SATA-Power-Splitter-Adapter/dp/B002N2EHVQ
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Yes, would like a smaller case. Its taking up space on the desk.

If they can't take it back pm me with the way you configured it if you would like to sell it. I really want to do a horizontal motherboard build.
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Originally Posted by exyia View Post

right, but most of them have way too much spacing between each connector, so you're left to awkwardly loop them around. the corsair ax1500i in particular (what I have) has somewhat stiff ribbon style cabling, so it's too stiff to route on after another. I have to run 1+3 and another 2+4 if that makes sense

Have you considered making them yourself? That way you can make them to the exact length you need.
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