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#1 WhiteBear

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Posted 22 November 2017 - 07:57 PM

How do they get cases so clean inside whereas you don't see any wires but a few tubs.  I dislike looking inside my case as I have case wires running from point A - B followed by SATA cables running from here to there.  I want to see strictly the hardware not the wires, if that is possible ?



#2 whitefiretiger

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Posted 22 November 2017 - 08:00 PM

How do they get cases so clean inside whereas you don't see any wires but a few tubs. I dislike looking inside my case as I have case wires running from point A - B followed by SATA cables running from here to there. I want to see strictly the hardware not the wires, if that is possible ?

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Posted 22 November 2017 - 09:22 PM

Dude you actually did a really good job with the cable management in your case. I need to stop being so lazy and clean up some of the cabling in my case myself. Happy Thanksgiving!


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Posted 22 November 2017 - 09:29 PM

Dude you actually did a really good job with the cable management in your case. I need to stop being so lazy and clean up some of the cabling in my case myself. Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanks.
I had it all done up nice then had to replace the psu and got lazy for a few months.
Got sick a few weeks ago and figured what better time then while I'm cooped up at home and finally got it all straightened out.
Hate how big and stiff the cables for the gpu are tho. And i ended up getting a different sata power cable from a friend and had to repin the connector that pluggs into the psu to make the wiring match but was worth it to have an almost exact length cord vs the one that was 3x too long that came with my psu.

I'll have to snap a pic of my dad's pc to share as it was interesting trying to clean up the clutter on a case with no room behind the mobo.

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Posted 23 November 2017 - 06:42 AM

Some cases make it so so much easier to hide the wires away. I've only worked with a handful of cases but the phanteks I have is awesome to work with.

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