I am wondering what parts besides zip ties people use in their cable management? I will be building a new computer soon, and I want the inside to be spotless. If you can link to where I can buy what you recommend, you get points for that. Also, if you can show an example in a picture in addition to a link, you will get my A+ rating on my non-existent scale of approval!
What other tips do you guys have? Such as purchasing different lengths of SATA cables?
Anything that will help my build be more professional, I am open to suggestions!
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I try not to use cable ties,too messy imo
but check my signature links for cable stupidity on a couple of builds,
My latest project is a real challenge though, a watercooled In win Dragon rider which I plan on the only cables/hoses you see will be about 4" of each hose from the cpu waterblock, its a build in progress but I'm ordering the Mobo/psu on the 20th so keep an eye there for progress and maybe an idea or two for you to use http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/forum2.php?config=t...
on rough ideas/tips though,
Cables ties and adhesive anchors for them
electrical tape, I use this to shroud and shape cables, sometime even to hold it in place, (although I'm using fabric tape on the latest build where necessary)
I sit and look at the case with the mobo in, then I can actually visualise what I want hidden then figure the best route to do it,
**Man who stares at P.C.'s**
modular psu, I considered one but the way that the plugs are spread out over the width of the back of them is too much for me, a non modular unit you can bundle them all up all pull them down the side to conceal but then a modular unit you dont have 'spare' cables to hide so its up to you, how bad is your ocd?
mines pretty bad when it comes to computer wires lol