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Old 08-07-2007, 12:58 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Much, much better...now it's like an 8.5/10
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Much, much better...now it's like an 8.5/10
yay, up from 9/10! hehe...
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lol....
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I guess I was being nice. I guess if I wanted to be more critical, I'd give it a 8/10, because of that big main power connector showing. But regardless it's still really good, because the middle is really clear.

Like phucng_10 said, flip those hard drives, if you can. That will greatly reduce the wires shown.
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where would you put them?
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...darn motherboard layouts...they always put it around there.
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Ah that's true. You can't just drill through the motherboard! Man, I wonder if any company makes a mobo with holes around so that the wire management would be much easier.
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Well maybe they did that on purpose, to see how creative we get, with our wire managements.
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Yeah, that's what I've been guessing since I did my wire management. Darn motherboard companies.
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I like the placement of that 4-pin CPU power connector, on the P35-DS3R. It's all the way at the top right corner. Easy for the cable to hide..
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