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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Cybrnook2002, Aug 8, 2008.

  1. Cybrnook2002

    Cybrnook2002

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    So, here is my system as of 2 months ago.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/1575.html

    I have since added a crossfire setup and new MB with CPU, but case, HD's, and PSU are all the same. So, its the same amount of wires (and some).

    I think I have come a long way without cutting holes, any other ideas you guys have your cleaning it anymore would be greatly appreciated. Im just trying to keeps up with you cats!

    I have relocated the PSU to the top of the case where the HD cage and fan were. I have remounted sideways, the HD cage at the bottom. I moved the fan up and attached with the bottom screws to cool the VRM's and MB some more. But moving the PSU helped me clean my Power wires out of the way some more.

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    I think you did a great job! :cool:

    Mine is a mess thanks to PSU being mounted at the bottom, if i could move it to the top like you did, i would.

    Only thing i can recoment is to sleeve those PSU cables and other cables with either heatshrink, techflex or spiral wrap or split tubing and get SATA cables in matching color. I just hate those red cables that come with mobos.
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    Very clean and neat build Cybrnook. :toast:
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    nice build
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