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Antec One hundred Case setup

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by pratmodi, Jun 9, 2012.

  1. pratmodi New Member

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    i have ordered the Antec one hundred case becoz i wanted a very cheap but good gaming case.

    is it good enough ? i read many good reviews of it ,

    and yes i am going with coolermaster case fans - http://www.coolermaster.in/product.php?product_id=121

    will this be cool enough with 5 fans ?

    and yes mine is a SLI system

    and yes can anyone tell me the procedure to do the cable management and how to install psu
    , i mean my psu is a heavy ,big psu and has many cables , i mean which side to insert psu from
    and how to route cables at back and where to roue the required cables ?
     
  2. erocker

    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Is it good enough? Yes

    Fans are good and sufficient

    PSU mounting is in the instructions.

    As far as routing cables go, that's something you can figure out when the PSU is mounted in the case. Eveyone does it differently.
     
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    Cable management will be different for everyone. Be patient, have a plan.

    Fill out your System Specs for more help/info.
     
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    try run front panel cables to the back of tray, the 24 pins cable to the back of tray too
    then for sata cables you can make loop or just run it to the back of tray too
    just dont over tighten it
    you may do it several times with several configuration until you find the best thing :D
     

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