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remove the hard drive racks your not using.
    
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remove the hard drive racks your not using.
I actually like it with the racks in there. I say keep them!
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I actually like it with the racks in there. I say keep them!
or you could remove them and get better air flow threw there to your video card, so it wouldn't be
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I actually like it with the racks in there. I say keep them!
Yeah same here, They're great for hiding my extra wires!

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or you could remove them and get better air flow threw there to your video card, so it wouldn't be
Well, Normally I would move them to make it cool, But it's the winter here so the added heat is nice for my bedroom!
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8.5/10 i can still see the 24pin wires and you need to sleeve a few things. Hows about you take a pic at a better angle so we can see the rest of the cables coming out of the 5.25 drives.
Edited by imh073p - 2/15/10 at 12:55pm
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8.5/10 i can still see the 24pin wires and you need to sleeve a few things. Hows about you take a pic at a better angle so we can see the rest of the cables coming out of the 5.25 drives.
Alrightee, I'll take a picture now!
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Edited by Marin - 2/15/10 at 10:27pm
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7/10. You need to sleeve those cables, tie the ones on the top left together and do the same for the EPS.
post #10490 of 27664
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Well, Normally I would move them to make it cool, But it's the winter here so the added heat is nice for my bedroom!
Right, but keeping the heat in your computer probably doesn't warm your room much. Your cable management is great, though.

@Marin: It looks like your top two HDDs block airflow to your CPU cooler. Other than that and all the colorful cables, though, it looks good. 8/10.
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