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Heat Sink Wire Hide

 

  Wire hides are a nice way to make your PC more appealing. Now that so many people are using some sort of widow its almost  standard. There's nothing worse then a cool system with wires everywhere so you cant see what is really inside your case.

  First thing you need to do is decided how to hide the wires on your mother board. There where allot of extra holes for mounts and such on this A7N8X-X from ASUS so I figured why not use them. Measure out the length of wire needed and how much will be showing from the motherboard to the fans.

  Cut and either sleeve of heat shrink the extra wire from the holes to the fan,  I use double sided tape under the sleeving and heat shrink the ends to make the sleeve stay in position.

  

Feed the wires through the motherboard mounting holes.

  Make sure its snug and tape or fasten the extra wire on the back side of the motherboard mounting case plate.

 

 

  And its all done.  the most important thing to remember on wire hides is to use what is there, and anything behind the motherboard case plate will be invisible. So use the back side as much as possible.

 

 

 

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