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I have the Haf 912 and a non modular psu although it may be a 650. I have beautiful cable management if i dont say so myself it just takes patience. (clearly something you dont have) Ill be posting pics of mine soon. I put my cables in a bif "O" configuration going along the edge of the case. you cant see any cables from the other side.

Please dont blame the case for your laziness. it really is an amazing case.
I will try the "O" Method ^^
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It doesn't end there here's my other recently (690 II Advanced) completed rig:




They're in my profile album if one wants to see them as well as the frontal photos of each.
Sorry about being off topic, but wher did you get the rubber grommets from? I have that case and I would want to have them as well
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Sorry about being off topic, but wher did you get the rubber grommets from? I have that case and I would want to have them as well
You're not getting any!

What I mean is where I got them (Corsair) a few months ago nobody else has been able to get them since. They are out of them and or not sending them out even if wanting to purchase them.

Also for exception of two cable routing holes I had to mod to make it work for the other larger/longer holes.
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Friend, you know it's not my fault.

Ask Prince William to get you some - he's wealthy with connections I bet.
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Well, As you can see the picture its very messy. And I would not recommend this case if you have a 750w+ or a non modular PSU. It wasn't easy to manage the cable, the cover was bend about because of the thickness of the cable... Im bored so I made this thread xD
I dont think its a bad job, however I do offer some suggestions for improvement / concerns. My concern is that you have attached a loom of wire to the backplate of your processor... I would keep that area clear. Other than that, try folding some of that up and utilizing the space around the front of the case. I usually work with the wires like your 24pin loom to get them to lay a lil flatter in this area, as I do not like to see anything being bent (ie the case side you mentioned)

But as said, dont buy a non modular PSU and complain how much of a pain cable management was. Its worth the extra to get a modular PSU.
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Yes.
I would NEVER put wires or tape on the MB or the backplate of the processor........just asking for troubles
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I dont think its a bad job, however I do offer some suggestions for improvement / concerns. My concern is that you have attached a loom of wire to the backplate of your processor... I would keep that area clear. Other than that, try folding some of that up and utilizing the space around the front of the case. I usually work with the wires like your 24pin loom to get them to lay a lil flatter in this area, as I do not like to see anything being bent (ie the case side you mentioned)

But as said, dont buy a non modular PSU and complain how much of a pain cable management was. Its worth the extra to get a modular PSU.
I know you know this but this is to address and expand further what you said in bold to others reading this post: I have both the HAF 912 and 690 II Advanced and both of my builds have non-modular PSU's, also the HAF 912 has a tad more depth behind the mobo and with just a little patience, planning and execution it all comes out great.

The photos of my builds are in my profile album to those who want to see them and the interiors of both are posted in this thread.
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This is why full towers are awesome...HAF Xis one of the best cases for cable management:




Going non-modular didn't hurt, but you probably didn't need all those cables on the back...I would trade hiding the molex cable under the unused hdd bays, and just getting a set of molex extensions for all the fans. Me, I just plugged my fans directly to my motherboard for now until I get my fan controller.
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I would NEVER put wires or tape on the MB or the backplate of the processor........just asking for troubles
I put the I/O wires between the mobo and backplate BUTTTTTTTT it's insulated using a drinking straw and no problems to worry about - lol!
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