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Old 07-28-2008, 10:23 AM   #1441 (permalink)
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Default Re: Rate the Wire Management Above You!

Idk much about the antec 900, but I'm sure you put some of those wires underneath the mobo.

One thing that you could do that would help a ton.

Get RID of that IDE cable.... I think it's your dvd/cd drive ? Just buy a sata on newegg for like $20, or ask around for one. They should be cheap.

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That makes me feel allot better about my wire management.
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You didnt even bother to do any wire managment
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supermario, no offense but that has got to be the worst wire management i have seen,
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Old 07-28-2008, 12:17 PM   #1442 (permalink)
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Okay well I tried moving somethings around less cluster by my PSU but I cant really do anything about the IDE, 24 Pin and 12 pin for now. Tell me what you think and what else I should do.
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Old 07-28-2008, 12:25 PM   #1443 (permalink)
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Default Re: Rate the Wire Management Above You!

It is better, 6/10, although mostly it is not your fault. That is a difficult spot with that 24 pin.

But at least your airflow should be slightly better. What mobo do you have btw? That just sux hard core for you.
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Try tucking your Unnecessary cords at the other side of your case, by wrapping it around, and throwing back there, it should be still able to close
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what all can you use for wire management ? I know you can use the little zip tie kit things..but is there anything else you could use...like tape or something?
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you could use tape but its not really that aesthetically pleasing
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I use tape for behind my backpanel, to keep wires down when I can't ziptie them. But when things are in plain site, it's best not to use tape, as it's ugly.
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I use tape for behind my backpanel, to keep wires down when I can't ziptie them. But when things are in plain site, it's best not to use tape, as it's ugly.
that's what i was aiming for..to use it behind the mobo tray
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