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What does the back of your system look like?

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#1
So I have been looking for ideas on how to manage all the wires. So take a picture of the back of your computer

I did find this which is nice:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000W3V3EM/?tag=tec06d-20

This is my TV / HTPC


Desktop


But weather its a rats nest or you have a great Idea take a pic
 

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I tend two find them lead tie up plastic things your useing i had onces tend two cut in to the wires
my set up looks same as yours wries all over the places as long as there under the table and i can,t see them hell who looks under there lol
 
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#3
I tend two find them lead tie up plastic things your useing i had onces tend two cut in to the wires
my set up looks same as yours wries all over the places as long as there under the table and i can,t see them hell who looks under there lol
Ill have to check those
 
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2 subs back there (7.1 channel) and a printer. Three monitors on my desk, HDMI from my projector and my router make up the rest of the wires.

 

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I'd show you if it weren't so dark. Basically imagine enough cords to power, interact with, and network six computers simutaneously, a monitor with DVI and VGA cords, two sets of speakers (2.0 and 5.1), two UPSs, and a network printer.

In three words: a glorious mess!
 
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I'd show you if it weren't so dark. Basically imagine enough cords to power, interact with, and network six computers simutaneously, a monitor with DVI and VGA cords, two sets of speakers (2.0 and 5.1), two UPSs, and a network printer.

In three words: a glorious mess!
sounds like mine :D


only 3 pcs and no ups :p



also wtf is up with the power point in first pic? cables are hanging half way out...