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It's pretty good, I'd say 7/10. Try and bundle those cables in the bottom a bit more, and the fan cables in the top left (rear exhaust + top fan).
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Originally Posted by Jtvd78 View Post
Just got a new computer. On a scale of 1-10, how GOOD are my cables. Btw, Im only 13 ( as of a few days ago).
Here are the pics:

Just a quick shot of my setup:
5

and rofl all that and its still on a stock cooler?
and u better thank ur parents for that
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I like how everyone's assuming his parents bought everything just because he's 13
    
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I like how everyone's assuming his parents bought everything just because he's 13
^^ - this

I bought my Dell Dimension ($1200 at the time) when I was 12. Now I bought my sig rig this christmas for $1400(CAD). I'm only 15 now.

It's possible his parents bought it, but it's not fair to assume

My $0.02 (USD or CAD = We're even!)
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This is mine investing in some modular psu, this crappy ultra is pissing me off
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and rofl all that and its still on a stock cooler?
and u better thank ur parents for that
the stock i7 cooler works pretty well at stock clocks, unless he is going to start over clocking he won't have a problem. i have built core 2 quads where on the stock heat sink they went well above what i wanted to see, my i7 stock heat sink was 20-25 c below the recommended.

if he parents bought it for him so what, they are supporting him in something it looks like he might have a natural knack for and should be able to pursue, 5-6 years ago my parents didn't let me build my own system. mainly because of the cost at the time, and they didn't trust me to give me 2 grand to just build my first system and not have any tech support like dell, looking back at one i have done since they wish they would have let me. ended up being able to custom build a dell xps gen 2 that lasted 5 good years gaming.


the only thing i would say is turn the top fan in the rear so the wires come off next to the fan below it and zip tie them together and try hiding some of the other fan wires, be it with sleeving or black sharpie on the red wire can make them blend in really well too. other then that really good job for a first build 8/10
    
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How else could he afford all that at 13, too young for a job
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How else could he afford all that at 13, too young for a job
This is true. In most countries you cannot get a job until you are over 15. (Depending on the job. You can almost always get work at a chip shop!) Anyways, who cares about how he got it It's a great rig to start out on at that age! Heck, I'm 18, have been working since I was about your age and am still on a non-i7 machine (Admittedly I only built my first computer last year haha)

As for your cable management, it's a good start. If you don't want to mod the case, I would recommend using some cable ties on all the loose wires to tighten them up a bit. Cable ties can turn even the worst system into something easy on the eyes
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Why is there so much talk about who buys parts of someones rig these days. I'm guessing theres just alot of very jealous people out there!?
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i bought a $430 Dave Mirra flair stunt bike when i was 11 or 12, bottle and can money adds up depending on where your parents work. my dad was bringing home 20-30 bottles some days and gave them to me to get the deposit on. still have it today, it was a nice bike in its day and still is very solid and i took care of it since i spent my money.
like this one only black


when your young there are other ways to get a hold of money then a full blown job.
    
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