It is hard to really to get a good look at it. Can you show us another view?Yet no one commented on my server
It's really hard to make photos of a tray which can be pulled from inside of the wall mounted cabinet, and which is only 40cm deep but over 70cm wide .It is hard to really to get a good look at it. Can you show us another view?
That terminal block is actually just a 24-pin PSU splitter that allows the power signal from the motherboard to turn on both of them at the same time.^^^^^^^ what is the terminal block that your 24pin is connected to?
Thanks! You don't see much of that anymore (and I don't miss it).Nice job on the IDE cable
Correct. All the front panel connectors were tied to the motherboard via that bundle of cables that run under the board and emerge at the lower left corner.if by grey you mean beige than i am guessing they are front panel USB ports and such
Reminds me of the back of my father-in-laws TV set up before I fixed it. He never removed a cable, and while cleaning it out I found a "cable" that he had constructed from y-splitters.
Don't have a good single shot and when I took these two pics I never intended to have my cable management judged but here is what the inside of my Air 540 looks like now
To be honest I didn't have a sata cable long enough to reach. My previous case the drive bays were right next to the mobo, so I only had 6" sata cables. Just haven't gotten around to get a long enough cable to house it in the back.
Good job, I have the same case. The silver one. Curious as to why you opted to put the SSD down below rather than in the rack on the backside of the Motherboard tray? I am also thinking about cutting a piece of black acrylic to fill those holes in the bottom, or maybe some mesh I haven't decided which yet.
Looks OK, as good as mine and just about anyone's. Those pci-e cables are just too big and bulky to make disappearCan't figure out how to make the GPU power cable better. I had it going through the bottom hole before, but it was really in the way. This seems a little bit better.
That makes me happy. This was only my second build ever. My first back in 2008 was a disaster of cables. Then again, I didn't have a case with any routing options. Getting a CPU power extension made a huge difference, as that power cable used to run across the mobo. Now I just need to find me some pretty good quietish fans to match, black SATA cables, and she'll be all done!Looks OK, as good as mine and just about anyone's. Those pci-e cables are just too big and bulky to make disappear
Looks good, but pull that cable at the bottom left through the grommet a little more. Also, that stock heatsink has got to go.This is the best I can get my wires, with how stiff the Corsair wires are... I should have gotten the premium sleeved wires.
Took around a day, managed to get the feisty Pentium up to 4.2GHz (I know the screen cap says 4.1GHz, this was before I tweaked some more settings). Right now it is rock stable at 1.25V VCORE and the multiplier set at 42. Overvoltage is enabled, but aside from those settings, there are really no in depth adjustments. Ram is set to XMP Profile 1.3. Probably going to start lowering VCORE and see if we could get lower temps - it's hitting 85C with the stock Intel cooler (the Scythe is on backorder):-Intel Pentium G3258
-Kingston HyperX Genesis 2 x 4GB DDR3 1600MHz
-Intel 530 120GB SSD
-Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Rev. B