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How the hell did the guy in the first hide his psu cable.. mines so thick!
Looks to me like its not showing the whole picture .
 
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Looks to me like its not showing the whole picture .
Nope, Slade' is just THAT good. Too bad he hasn't been on the site for months
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Looks to me like its not showing the whole picture .
Lmao, he photoshopped it.. seriously.. i tryed to do w/e and its still in the way.. the airflow is great though.. but i still see my cables.
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Heres my 2nd PC i posted my main PC on page 248

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This is Slade's computer from page 1. That is not photoshopped. It is easy to do with the right power supply. Looks like that is an Ultra PSU that has the flex-force wires made specifically for hiding them. How do I know this? Because I had one. Those power supplies are amazing for cable management. You can bend them, pinch them and hide them just about anywhere. Add that with slade's obvious talent for hiding cables and this is what you come up with.

Here is an example of flex-force cables.
http://images.tigerdirect.com/skuima...33077-main.jpg

Edited by SmasherBasher - 7/12/08 at 9:15am
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Haven't posted here, so here is mine:

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a solid 10/10
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Originally Posted by SmasherBasher View Post

This is Slade's computer from page 1. That is not photoshopped. It is easy to do with the right power supply. Looks like that is an Ultra PSU that has the flex-force wires made specifically for hiding them. How do I know this? Because I had one. Those power supplies are amazing for cable management. You can bend them, pinch them and hide them just about anywhere. Add that with slade's obvious talent for hiding cables and this is what you come up with.
I have to disagree with the ease of hiding those cables, I had a ultra PSU with the flex-force and I found those cables to be a massive pain in the a** to bend and hide behind things, in comparison to the cables for my Corsair HX620 they are very stiff, though the ATX cable was better for cable management than the Corsairs for its flatness, I still find the corsair easier to bend etc.
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2nd GTX is still waiting to be installed (lol).

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I have to disagree with the ease of hiding those cables, I had a ultra PSU with the flex-force and I found those cables to be a massive pain in the a** to bend and hide behind things, in comparison to the cables for my Corsair HX620 they are very stiff, though the ATX cable was better for cable management than the Corsairs for its flatness, I still find the corsair easier to bend etc.
I've had an Ultra 700W XVS with flex-force cables and a Corsair 750TX. I found the flex-force cables quite easy to bend and hide, myself.
Edited by Choggs396 - 7/14/08 at 10:48am
    
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2nd GTX is still waiting to be installed (lol).



I've had an Ultra 700W XVS with flex-force cables and a Corsair 750TX. I found the flex-force cables quite easy to bend and hide, myself.
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