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Should I rewire my pc

It looks like an electrical engineer barfed in your case.

 

Re-doing the cable management would be a purely aesthetic choice in this situation. If you're comfortable doing so and want to give it a go, go for it. Looks like there's plenty of room behind the motherboard to hide it all.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Plz help me with this so I kinda bought this PC prebuild because I was not allowed to build one should I sort out the wiring or let it stay

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If you feel like it. No benefit aside from looks. 


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It looks like an electrical engineer barfed in your case.

 

Re-doing the cable management would be a purely aesthetic choice in this situation. If you're comfortable doing so and want to give it a go, go for it. Looks like there's plenty of room behind the motherboard to hide it all.


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Just get a new $40 case and then install it in there. That’s a crappy pic but also looks like your case doesn’t have good cable management areas


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Well, thanks for the help it's seem to be that I will get in trouble so I have decided not to do it right now but will later on in the holidays.

PS I already change the ram slot form A1A2 To A2B2 No one found out!

That picture was taken from a tab not a Iphone X

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