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Old 11-12-2007, 07:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I couldn't make this any better but I will show 2 pictures which will have the old one and new one and the new picture is the one i just did it and it took only like 15mins and also the case and the way my hard drivers are arranged and the ide cable makes it really messy and also i don't have the thing to make bunch of cables together so it's kinda untidy compared to b1gapl's but hope I improved on the 2nd pic.



Graphics card: Inno3D Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS @ 640/940 (core/memory)
MB: Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3 v3.3 F12
RAM: 2 Kingston HyperX DDR2 800MHz (4GB total)
CPU: Core 2 Duo E6320 @variable rates (will fix my fan problem soon and overclock high again)
HSF: Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme & Antec Tricool 120mm fan
PSU: Delta Serverpower 550W
HD: Seagate 400GB ST340032AS & Excelstor 80GB (both SATA)
Case: don't know what case it is but it is very crappy
Optical Drive: Lite-on 16X DVD+&- RW DL (died) using a CD-ROM drive until I get a new blu ray burner or whatever i can get

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So basically you took that bunch, and stuffed it up between the PSU and optical drive. I can't say there's much of an improvement, because you only took 15mins. Turning hard drives around, will definitely help with the wire management.

There is a reason we have a Rate The Wire Management Above You thread stickied. No need to create a new thread.



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Still trash....

Don't just move a bunch from one place to another, separate strands, tuck them away, run them behind things.

Otherwise it just wont make a difference...
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Default Re: cable management...

Originally Posted by aspire.comptech View Post
Still trash....

Don't just move a bunch from one place to another, separate strands, tuck them away, run them behind things.

Otherwise it just wont make a difference...

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