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Hey all!

First time posting pictures of my system anywhere, please let me know what you think of it. I also apologise for the poor quality images, I don't know why they turned out this way; I used my iPhone 4S (8MP/1.4u) which usually turns out sharp.

I also have a fully wired PSU/Non-Modular, and did not sleeve the cables. The specifications of the system are:

Case: Corsair Carbide SPEC-01
PSU: XFX Pro 550W Core 80+ Bronze
Motherboard: ASUS P8H61-M LE
CPU: Intel i7-3770
RAM: Kingston 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1333MHz
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD
HDD: 500GB (may consider a SSD for my next upgrade, not anytime soon however; perhaps after I finish university)

The total above cost me £330 (GBP) to build; I spent a lot of effort and time in waiting/searching for deals to pop up, I suppose it has paid off. My GPU easily powers my 1280x1024 resolution for gaming, which I do rarely. Please let me know how my cable management went. smile.gif






Even though it may not look it, I did pull, tighten and zip-tie everything. The PSU cover I made with some cardboard I had laying around, I then wrapped it in Matt Black (ordered from eBay for £0.99); I didn't have any other materials or a workshop.

Thank you again! biggrin.gif
Edited by Obnoxious - 9/11/14 at 6:16pm

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Originally Posted by Obnoxious View Post

Hey all!

First time posting pictures of my system anywhere, please let me know what you think of it. I also apologise for the poor quality images, I don't know why they turned out this way; I used my iPhone 4S (8MP/1.4u) which usually turns out sharp.

I also have a fully wired PSU/Non-Modular, and did not sleeve the cables. The specifications of the system are:

Case: Corsair Carbide SPEC-01
PSU: XFX Pro 550W Core 80+ Bronze
Motherboard: ASUS P8H61-M LE
CPU: Intel i7-3770
RAM: Kingston 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1333MHz
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD
HDD: 500GB (may consider a SSD for my next upgrade, not anytime soon however; perhaps after I finish university)

The total above cost me £330 (GBP) to build; I spent a lot of effort and time in waiting/searching for deals to pop up, I suppose it has paid off. My GPU easily powers my 1280x1024 resolution for gaming, which I do rarely. Please let me know how my cable management went. smile.gif






Even though it may not look it, I did pull, tighten and zip-tie everything. The PSU cover I made with some cardboard I had laying around, I then wrapped it in Matt Black (ordered from eBay for £0.99); I didn't have any other materials or a workshop.

Thank you again! biggrin.gif

very clean for having a non-mod psu.
I give it a 8 out of 10 due to I think you could do a better job on the cover you made for the psu cables.
you have a good idea on that cover just needs to be made better.
I'm going to make one out of thin sheet metal and bend it then paint it.

edit: one other thing, get a nice cpu cooler (Noctua) yes I'm a Noctua fanboy. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Obnoxious View Post

Hey all!

First time posting pictures of my system anywhere, please let me know what you think of it. I also apologise for the poor quality images, I don't know why they turned out this way; I used my iPhone 4S (8MP/1.4u) which usually turns out sharp.

I also have a fully wired PSU/Non-Modular, and did not sleeve the cables. The specifications of the system are:

Case: Corsair Carbide SPEC-01
PSU: XFX Pro 550W Core 80+ Bronze
Motherboard: ASUS P8H61-M LE
CPU: Intel i7-3770
RAM: Kingston 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1333MHz
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD
HDD: 500GB (may consider a SSD for my next upgrade, not anytime soon however; perhaps after I finish university)

The total above cost me £330 (GBP) to build; I spent a lot of effort and time in waiting/searching for deals to pop up, I suppose it has paid off. My GPU easily powers my 1280x1024 resolution for gaming, which I do rarely. Please let me know how my cable management went. smile.gif

(snip)

Even though it may not look it, I did pull, tighten and zip-tie everything. The PSU cover I made with some cardboard I had laying around, I then wrapped it in Matt Black (ordered from eBay for £0.99); I didn't have any other materials or a workshop.

Thank you again! biggrin.gif

I know this is off topic, but cellphone cameras aren't the best quality, especially in less than ideal light (due to the manufacturers jamming too many pixels into a too small sensor). That's why a DSLR gives cleaner and sharper images, and better contrast, etc (you can fit several cellphone sensors in even an entry-level DSLR sensor). To make the best of what you have, use a large light source (a window (not in direct sunlight though), or even your monitor with a white background). Also avoid tungsten/incandescent lights.

EDIT: The lack of sharpness is probably mild camera shake, due to the camera having to lower shutter speed to comensate for the poor lighting.
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Alright, got another one done.


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So just finishing up my first jump into the Acrylic Hardline watercooling scene (Currently leak testing), doesn't look terrible, next time will be better thought smile.gif.

Just playing around with the cables, thoughts?



ps, i havn't finished putting it all together, front and sizes are all off, fan and light controller wires hanging, mainly questioning the power wiring.

cheers
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Finished up the cables management on my PC let me know what you guys think



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Originally Posted by Obnoxious View Post

Hey all!

First time posting pictures of my system anywhere, please let me know what you think of it. I also apologise for the poor quality images, I don't know why they turned out this way; I used my iPhone 4S (8MP/1.4u) which usually turns out sharp.

I also have a fully wired PSU/Non-Modular, and did not sleeve the cables. The specifications of the system are:

Case: Corsair Carbide SPEC-01
PSU: XFX Pro 550W Core 80+ Bronze
Motherboard: ASUS P8H61-M LE
CPU: Intel i7-3770
RAM: Kingston 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1333MHz
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD
HDD: 500GB (may consider a SSD for my next upgrade, not anytime soon however; perhaps after I finish university)

The total above cost me £330 (GBP) to build; I spent a lot of effort and time in waiting/searching for deals to pop up, I suppose it has paid off. My GPU easily powers my 1280x1024 resolution for gaming, which I do rarely. Please let me know how my cable management went. smile.gif






Even though it may not look it, I did pull, tighten and zip-tie everything. The PSU cover I made with some cardboard I had laying around, I then wrapped it in Matt Black (ordered from eBay for £0.99); I didn't have any other materials or a workshop.

Thank you again! biggrin.gif

Looks great! psu cover could be better (but I am rating wiring) 9/10

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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

Alright, got another one done.



The money side looks super clean! 9.5/10 because I think the sata cables would look a little nicer it they went straight/parallel out into the grommet.
Quote:
Originally Posted by ShadoX View Post

So just finishing up my first jump into the Acrylic Hardline watercooling scene (Currently leak testing), doesn't look terrible, next time will be better thought smile.gif.

Just playing around with the cables, thoughts?



ps, i havn't finished putting it all together, front and sizes are all off, fan and light controller wires hanging, mainly questioning the power wiring.

cheers

Looks great so far! no rating because your not done, but an excellent start! Why are there still fans on your graphic cards? looks like full cover blocks?

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Finished up the cables management on my PC let me know what you guys think




That's a powerhouse of a pc! looks very nice. clean build but something about the power cables going to the gpus are just not doing it for maybe some zip ties?
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Looks great so far! no rating because your not done, but an excellent start! Why are there still fans on your graphic cards? looks like full cover blocks?

Actually the opposite! they're both running universal waterblocks (one Swiftech MCW80, one MCW82),
Fans left on as the bottom half of the cooler is still on (which covers everything on the board as a big heatsink/fans apart of that plate) - save pulling it off and adding stand alone ramsinks/etc to everything.


After browsing around i might try a few different routes, maybe cable tie them together into a single long run or something might look better? Open to any suggestions smile.gif

ps, wish this case had a little more backside width, just don't have enough room back there, can't get it clean looking either frown.gif - might be easier when i buy my self a new modular PSU smile.gif
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Ok so final product - Went with a slightly different route on the cabling.





And a rear shot, bout as good as i can get with this PSU, length of cables and the room back there (just not enough to bundle it into a loom, side won't fit on frown.gif)


Judge away, definitely better than my last attempt, can only wonder how much easier cabling would be if i weren't using 5 year old hardware tongue.gif One of these days i'll move up to from the Qs to the I's tongue.gif
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Ok so final product - Went with a slightly different route on the cabling.





And a rear shot, bout as good as i can get with this PSU, length of cables and the room back there (just not enough to bundle it into a loom, side won't fit on frown.gif)


Judge away, definitely better than my last attempt, can only wonder how much easier cabling would be if i weren't using 5 year old hardware tongue.gif One of these days i'll move up to from the Qs to the I's tongue.gif



looks good I give it a 10. as for the back, I have a mid-tower case and the cables in the back of mine are a mess. I won't even take pics of it back there.


Edited by jlhawn - 9/23/14 at 5:35am
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