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Pc cable management disaster

Ramij Hasan
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I just made my first pc (i9 9900k, 32 gbs ddr4 3200 mhz ram, msi rtx 2080 gaming x trio) and it works good but my cable management is absolute garbage and I was wondering if there any company/service that could I could send my pc to and pay them to clean up the cables and make it look nice and professional, if so, please reply with the name or link. It would be very very much appreciated ツ

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Welcome to the forum!

 

Your local Facebook Marketplace or local IT shops would be your best friend here.

Shipping a built PC costs a LOT because it's so heavy/large and then you risk damaging your components if the carrier is a dink and isn't careful with your rig.

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Linus (the name in the forum) actually has some videos on cable management. I think it would be good for you to get some zipties, scissors, and some time in your day to cable manage yourself. It's good to learn for the future and for PC's

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16 minutes ago, Ramij Hasan said:

I was wondering if there any company/service that could I could send my pc to and pay them to clean up the cables

its called youtube!! dont be lazy, its fun

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5 hours ago, Ramij Hasan said:

I just made my first pc (i9 9900k, 32 gbs ddr4 3200 mhz ram, msi rtx 2080 gaming x trio) and it works good but my cable management is absolute garbage and I was wondering if there any company/service that could I could send my pc to and pay them to clean up the cables and make it look nice and professional, if so, please reply with the name or link. It would be very very much appreciated ツ

it's really easy to do your self tbh,

get your self allot of zip ties first

start with the smaller cables like front IO, sata, rgb/fan cables.

then the bigger cables like the pcie and 24pin, reason you want to do the bigger cables later is so you can layer those over the smaller cables to hide them pretty much.

route everything vertically for that classic cable management look.

 

done :)

 

 

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  • 3 weeks later...

Follow this video. He does a great job explaining. Linus’s how to videos aren’t the best .

 

 

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DIY. It's actually quite fun and most of the PU have long enough cables to do all the management. It just takes some time. 

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On 12/25/2018 at 10:44 PM, Srius1 said:

Follow this video. He does a great job explaining. Linus’s how to videos aren’t the best .

 

 

How dare you! Hahaha. 

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