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    Not neat inside, I know, but every time I moved a cable, something moved with it or something got stuck, or loose, so after about the 10th time, I thought ohhh it will do.




    Ive yet to buy my PC an Illinois license plate, so its still an "Out of state" PC.



    And finally, the messiest hard disk drive bay/PSU Bay out of probably everyone on the forum, lol


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    Time for some hardcore cable management there Mister!!!!

    My old Antec P180 setup, for some inspiration, it had upper/lower chambers, similar idea for setup.....though this version was watercooled.....but I did have it air cooled at some point. I'll see if I can find pics.











    Last edited by Skyguy; 31-01-2009 at 22:09.

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    Very nice Skyguy! My friend is always accusing my of being a "perfectionist", although he always uses this other much more vulger term for it. I'm humbled. I'll pass along his best to you, it goes something like this...If I give you a lump of coal, can you squeeze me a diamond with that poop chute or what???

    My case is a bit of a mess, I won''t even bother posting it after so many nice cases above. I feel inspired though. Maybe you and some of the other guys doing such incredible work could share some tips? Or recommend some good guides on cable management?

    Do you ever need to use cable extenders to do such a clean job? A number of G's cables are just long enough now, but would look a lot better if they had the length to go behind the mobo. I have had this problem before too. I have it now, except the 900's inability to go behind mobo makes it a moot point How about fan cables? I don't see yours at all... Do you lay out the power cables before you put anything else in the case? IDK, anything you swear by or whatever, it may seem obvious to you from your experience but would help us plenty.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    not a bad idea with cable managment guide .What do you think skuyguy?? Probably many people could find it useful. Its qiuite simple if you'll get your head around it. This is my one atm:





    when i get time and some tools needed i'll sort out the cables on the left hand side coz they dont look like they should still

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    With so many cases and setups, the combinations are endless. So a guide would really only be a set of "learned suggestions" that are pretty general.

    As far as that goes, I am a cable management NUT, so a few things I've learned might help:

    -be patient. I've spent ALOT of time trying to cable up a cases to look really clean.
    -be creative. Look for unusual routes, holes, etc to find the best way to route a single cable
    -use zip ties, they're your best friend. Cut off the extra when you're done tightening.
    -try to plan it out if you can. If you have a bottom power supply, for example, you'll want to route cables through the lower hard drive and tie them down. If you have a top power supply, you'll want to route cables through the upper optical drive bays.
    -use the back of your motherboard tray to route cables and also to tie/tape them down. Lots of slack can be hidden back there effectively.
    -wrap excess wire back on itself (or in a roll, so to speak) and then tie the whole group down, but tie it down out of sight.......under the hard drives in the cage, along the face of the optical drive bays, behind the hard drive cage, etc
    -run cables along the edges of the case if there's enough slack and tie them down. Don't be afraid to use a glue gun if necessary on the plastic parts
    -sometimes you have to make things work for you......you may have to bend a couple tabs on the optical drive bay, for example, to fit a cable through a hole
    -in more extreme instances, a Dremel is awesome. You can cut new holes wherever you want to make routing holes (ie--behind the top motherboard area for your 4/8-pin CPU cable to route behind the motherboard tray). Just be careful you get the holes in the right location, otherwise mistakes cannot be fixed. Once you cut, you're committed.
    -try to keep the cables to the sides, edges, top, and bottom. Try not to run them through the middle. Going that extra length keeps things out of sight but also will get rid of much of the slack at the end too, leaving less to wrap up out of sight.


    Here's another example I've done (I think I previously posted it), this one also included water cooling and a Dremel. A bit more hardcore on a Lian Li case. Note the rear pic showing the cables behind the motherboard tray. Also note the routing scheme for the main 24-pin and 8-pin cables and where the holes are for a bottom-mounted PSU to keep it clean working behind the tray. You'll also see that I have some wires going through the tabs in the optical drive bay for example. And I have a hole at the bottom of the motherboard tray that acts as the "distribution point" for most of the cables.....F-Panel, SATA, power, etc. That way I could get them behind the mobo right away and out of sight, then route them from behind....works better I think.



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    I had been meaning to ask you how you did some of your cabling work. I'm not too bad at it myself, but the case above is pure perfection.
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    Hey Skyguy, as recommended, I cleaned up my cables!!






    Any better?? =D

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    hi, newto the site thought i'd share what i've been working on (still under construction )



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    gensurg nice cable management :]

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    Default Whole new meaning to the word stuffed

    Pretty sure I won't be able to put anything else in this one
    Cable management sucks I know I am getting a bigger case

    Two 4870x2 water cooled by Koolance External Exos 2.5

    The Boreas and Freezone Elite are looped together with a Rad & Res and 650 pump, throttled back for the Tec's


    Koolance CPU 350 Block

    I actually have the Freezone blowing into the case now so as to not suck the hot air from the Feezone through the Rad. Works considerably better.

    Res ended up on top simply because there was no place else to put it however, it has worked out very well. The Res is the highest point and air in the system heads in that direction. It is also easy to fill and lift up to release the air.


    I went with the Koolance quick disconnects to enable me to break away from the Exos 2.5 when necessary.

    Thats it I wont be able to do much about the cables till I get the bigger case. I also ended up having to upgrade the PSU to a single rail 1200W 100Amp to accommodate all 18 Tec's and the two Graphics cards. When everything is maxed ( Prime 95 & Graphics benchmark) I am pushing almost 80 amp total draw on the power supply.

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    Danny, what kind of temps are you getting with the Boreas and Elite together ? If you have any screenshots you could post, that would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Danny, what kind of temps are you getting with the Boreas and Elite together ? If you have any screenshots you could post, that would be great.

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    I just bumped it up to 100% for this screen shot but this is where it stays at 60% all the time. Where I really notice the differance is when I Run Prime 95 the temps do go much past 60 ruunning at 4.2. If I leave it on 100% for a while the coolent temps will dip down to 19 and cores around 28.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny1962 View Post
    I just bumped it up to 100% for this screen shot but this is where it stays at 60% all the time. Where I really notice the differance is when I Run Prime 95 the temps do go much past 60 ruunning at 4.2. If I leave it on 100% for a while the coolent temps will dip down to 19 and cores around 28.
    So your Prime load temps is around mid 60ish with Elite + Boreas?
    If that's the case you need to do some tweaking.

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    Its already been completed. Have some more work to do before any pictures get posted though.
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