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Front panel I/O cable that doesn't look horrible.

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Hi, I'm sorting out the cabling in my PC case and I've noticed that the front I/O panel cable looks like ass. Anyone got any ideas on how to Make it look better ? Only idea I've had so far is to run a… Read More
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
Hi, I'm sorting out the cabling in my PC case and I've noticed that the front I/O panel cable looks like ass. Anyone got any ideas on how to Make it look better ? Only idea I've had so far is to run a 20 way ribbon cable under the motherboard to the other side to disguise the fugly connectors.

Thanks.
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I'm guessing you have some kind of clear case so you can see all the inside?
Otherwise why bother,
personally I wouldn't run it under the motherboard I'd rather run it around the inside edges of the case
#2
stefromuk
I'm guessing you have some kind of clear case so you can see all the inside?
Otherwise why bother,
personally I wouldn't run it under the motherboard I'd rather run it around the inside edges of the case
Oops sorry missed out that the motherboard sits flat in the case.
http://imagescdn.tweaktown.com/content/6/9/6912_35_thermaltake-core-x9-atx-cube-chassis-review.jpg
#3
kester76
stefromuk
I'm guessing you have some kind of clear case so you can see all the inside?
Otherwise why bother,
personally I wouldn't run it under the motherboard I'd rather run it around the inside edges of the case
Oops sorry missed out that the motherboard sits flat in the case. http://imagescdn.tweaktown.com/content/6/9/6912_35_thermaltake-core-x9-atx-cube-chassis-review.jpg
Ah so that's a protective/sliding base the board goes onto.
If so guess no harm the cable going under that
#4
Could you not had some heatshrink or mesh sleeving over the cable?
#5
stefromuk
kester76
stefromuk
I'm guessing you have some kind of clear case so you can see all the inside?
Otherwise why bother,
personally I wouldn't run it under the motherboard I'd rather run it around the inside edges of the case
Oops sorry missed out that the motherboard sits flat in the case. http://imagescdn.tweaktown.com/content/6/9/6912_35_thermaltake-core-x9-atx-cube-chassis-review.jpg
Ah so that's a protective/sliding base the board goes onto.
If so guess no harm the cable going under that


yeah it seems the best option and I've noticed a lot of modded cases only have the power button connected.
#6
Uridium
Could you not had some heatshrink or mesh sleeving over the cable?


I've that done but never pulled off well.
#7
Tape up or paint the cables and get right angle adapters?
#8
adamskiidu_44
Tape up or paint the cables and get right angle adapters?


Are there right angled adapters for these ?

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