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Last system, 7/10. Pretty cramped lol!

In my new Lancool K62!

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post #10192 of 27686
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Last system, 7/10. Pretty cramped lol!

In my new Lancool K62!
8.8/10. Gotta clean the bottom of the case and mostly where the plugs come out of the back to connect to your motherboard.




Right after I took the picture, I've fixed the top wire so they don't show but I forgot to take another picture of that so just pretend the top wires arn't there lol. Also I don't have money for the front panel extensions right now so that's why they're there.

What do you guys think about the picture quality? Was experimenting with my camera.
    
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post #10193 of 27686
Flip the PSU around and sleeve the fan cables. 7/10 so far.
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Update - Just adding a clearer photo :]




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post #10195 of 27686
First time cable management.

That clutter by the hard drive isn't as bad as it looks btw, it's thin and runs along the backplate, so it doesn't block any airflow.



Oh and @above
10/10.
Looks VERY clean. Good job!
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post #10196 of 27686
7/10, pretty clean but kind of cramped. I like having room to stretch out cables without worrying about airflow



And the power adapter (one of 3):

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Wow! That setup has trouble even being scored! I give it a 1 as I assume the effort to make it more messy deserves some acknowledgement.
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Wow! That setup has trouble even being scored! I give it a 1 as I assume the effort to make it more messy deserves some acknowledgement.
I didn't try to make it less messy, it's actually considerably cleaner after I removed all of the spare cables I found hiding in it

Well, at least I had space to work. It's easily upgradable and I can play around with the configuration while it's running (for the record, computers don't like having ram removed while operating).
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post #10199 of 27686
@joshconsulting i would suggest getting a case to put that in, running a computer open on a bench or on top of a box is ok for a day or 2 but i wouldn't recommend it for a final solution, first off what is to keep a fire contained if the power supply, hard drive(i personally had a WD 250 gb burst in to flames on me) or motherboard catch fire, or some thing falling on it well its running and damaging the motherboard, like a drink or a screw, cell phone, camera, or any thing else in the room. cooling wise a good case my lower your temps more then laying them out also because the air flow is more directed over the system, my 690 runs a bit warmer with the side off then with it on for example.
    
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It will never be in danger of any falling\\flying projectiles (I guard that room, indeed that area of the house) with my life. If there's a fire, the MB and the rest of the components are toast in or out of a case, and the smoke detector a few feet away would alert someone (there is always someone, unless we are all on vacation, in which case it's turned off).

Then again, if exploding components are more common, we'd probably be hearing more about people's houses burning down, what with the hundreds of millions of plastic-boxed computers out there. I'm much more worried about my LiIon battery\\flashlight combination spontaneously combusting myself
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