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Can you ask your question a different way? What's happening? What cable? Everything here looks fine to me.


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7 minutes ago, charliellantino said:

Can this cables touching the metal be reason for grounds in io shield or even in case? Thanks

None of those cables appear to have exposed wires - they're properly covered in their factory sheathes and don't appear damaged in any way. Can you elaborate on the symptoms you're experiencing?


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As Skipple already said, your information is quite misleading and we can't work with that.
But what I see from the picture, everything looks totally fine (except that its quite messy tho).

Cables are shielded and should in no way interfere with anything when touching metal objects. As long as the cables aren't damage on the outside, they can touch whatever they want.
Would be quite dangerous if they didnt tho ;) 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
32 minutes ago, Skipple said:

Can you ask your question a different way? What's happening? What cable? Everything here looks fine to me.

Sorry, because my io shield is grounded and i am troubleshooting what may be the and sometimes my mouse and kb cant work 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
29 minutes ago, JayBe said:

As Skipple already said, your information is quite misleading and we can't work with that.
But what I see from the picture, everything looks totally fine (except that its quite messy tho).

Cables are shielded and should in no way interfere with anything when touching metal objects. As long as the cables aren't damage on the outside, they can touch whatever they want.
Would be quite dangerous if they didnt tho ;) 

Im sorry my english is bad but thanks for the info

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1 minute ago, charliellantino said:

Im sorry my english is bad but thanks for the info

You shouldnt be sorry for not speaking perfect english (the hell, nobody is, not even native speakers). As long as its enough to communicate with people from different countries, even while having some barriers, you should rather be proud of yourself ;) 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 hours ago, JayBe said:

You shouldnt be sorry for not speaking perfect english (the hell, nobody is, not even native speakers). As long as its enough to communicate with people from different countries, even while having some barriers, you should rather be proud of yourself ;) 

Thanks 😁

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I believe what OP is concerned about is the 24-pin cable running across the back of the mobo where the cutout in the mounting panel is behind the cpu. Some insight would be nice as I have a similar problem. I just finished assembling my first build and that same cable is running across that spot. I bought some braided cable extensions (Asia Horse) for a clean look up front, but the 24-pin cable is being a real pain to route cleanly, not much flex to it and it really wants to run in that direction so I gave up and left it. On mine, its running straight across that exposed area behind the cpu. Is this a problem? Is there any reason to worry about heat melting the shielding and exposing wires? I'm concerned but cant seem to get it routed any other way without having to force my back case panel closed.

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