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slippy

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Here's my rig with my new mATX board.
I'm thinking of turning my hard drive around and buying a NZXT sleeved cable extension for the 24-pin.
Oh yeah and get a new CPU heatsink.

 
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CroSsFiRe2009

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Been a while since I posted here I think. Still delaying a psu upgrade. Had a 2nd 470 in there but it only works when underclocked a tad and running stock clocks on the cpu when stress testing with prime/2 instances furmark so I took it out for now :whistle:
 

BT!

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looks to me like he put them in backwards to hide the wires, and theres probably a fan in there as well.
 

MacJunky

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I had my HDDs backward in a previous case, but the bays it had could handle the HDDs like that without them sticking out much. Actually, only sticking out around 1cm. :p
(ok, I did kinda add some bays on the front and chop out a hole for the HDDs to go through.. but whatever)

It was kind of a pain because the front panel was attached with eight screws IIRC. >_>
http://poopr.org/images/zbgc10onr73s73hsesf0.jpg
 

slippy

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Here's my rig with my new mATX board.
I'm thinking of turning my hard drive around and buying a NZXT sleeved cable extension for the 24-pin.
Oh yeah and get a new CPU heatsink.

With some minor adjustments:
Moved the front fan to the bottom so that I could put wires there (hidden with the side cover window)
Cleaned up some PSU cables
Routed motherboard wires through the back of the case
Tried to turn the hard drive around, but wouldn't fit

 
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slippy

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With some minor adjustments:
Moved the front fan to the bottom so that I could put wires there (hidden with the side cover window)
Cleaned up some PSU cables
Routed motherboard wires through the back of the case
Tried to turn the hard drive around, but wouldn't fit

Upgraded my RAM and re-arranged the wires and case fan again lol
There is no room to hide wires in this case, but I like it so much :biggrin:

 

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