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Piecing together a new build... do i need any extra wiring or cables?

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August 25, 2010 9:57:27 PM

so im buying all the parts brand new for my new computer. i will have a friend build it for me so i want to have everything there or him to do it in one afternoon. here are my parts list:

intel i7 930
GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD3R
Intel x25-m 80GB SSD
Samsunsung Spinpoint FD 1TB harddrive
Corsair 650TX PSU
Lite-on cd-rom drive (Sata)
CM HAF 932

i was wondering if i need to get and extra wiring/cables for my friend so he can hook everything up? (like sata cables, usb cables, etc...)

thanks in advance
August 25, 2010 10:33:33 PM

Nope. All wiring need should come with your MB. In the odd chance you don't have enough you can always go to best buy, radio shack, ect and pick up some extra but that's highly unlikely.
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August 26, 2010 12:15:21 AM

cool. thanks for the info
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August 26, 2010 11:47:19 AM

The HAF uses a bottom mount PSU. If you want to hide cables by routing them under the motherboard tray (it's called "cable management" :)  ), you will need an extension CPU power cable and, perhaps, an extension for the main power cable.
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August 28, 2010 6:32:50 PM

jsc said:
The HAF uses a bottom mount PSU. If you want to hide cables by routing them under the motherboard tray (it's called "cable management" :)  ), you will need an extension CPU power cable and, perhaps, an extension for the main power cable.


the haf 932 comes with an 8 pin connector ententsion cable. i will need 2?

i was searchung and saw that there are 4 pin cnnectors as well. hat uses the 4 pin amd 8 pin connectors?

edit: just found out after reading the motgerboard manual
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