Gaming pc built. Still battling some BSOD's. :\
Any reason for using molex connectors for the gpu ?
Same thing I'm wondering...
I mean it makes sense if you don't have an 8-pin or 6-pin connector, but since you have the cables as well as a fully modular PSU, then why bother using molex?
they came with it? This is the first build i've done in a long time with this type of PSU..
It's generally not recommended to use them anymore, especially with higher end GPU's because of their higher power demands. Better to use the actual 6-Pin or 8-Pin connectors than converters, those are only included in case your PSU doesn't have any (or any to spare)... which doesn't make much sense anymore, but legacy is legacy.
i just scrapped em
Don't see why other people are downvoting this. But yes as other people state the molex are outdated and you would want to use the 6 or 6+2 pin connectors for your gpu. Would also give it a cleaner look.
Ahhh, the cables! Use the grommets, man! :P
I was just about to say that....cable manegment would be great
Awesome build, but the cables! D:
I'm still tinkering and pulling drives in and out and ****
Change the name, do some cable management. Maybe then I'd upvote.
Sup with the molex to gpu?
Fully modular power supply, I'm sure you have the correct connectors.
Also, those cables man.
I'm still arranging things. Just snapped a quick shot.
It's all part of a learning process!
Best of luck man.
Am i the only one that notices this PC doesn't have a Harddisk listed.
But yeah those cables are all over, It's like houdini had a baby with spaghetti monster.
I had the HDD prior to building this. Samsung 840 EVO 250GB
nice build, and nice cable management,
the only thing that i see cable managed is the hard drive
Take a look at my builds to get an idea on what to do with the cables.
You want to use the cables labeled as "PCI-E Connector" for your video card.
The 24 pin connector you want to route behind the motherboard tray through the rubber grommets.
Same thing with the 4/8 Pin motherboard connector.
I see you are only using a HDD and an SSD you can remove one of those drive cages to improve airflow in the case.
The top fan is not needed. It seems to be tiny and probably generates a ton of noise.
I will do, thanks! Sorry I'm new here!
Nothing to be sorry about. We all go through the same thing with our first build, some more than others. Once you clean up all the cables you will see how good it will look.
not my first at all, but first with a modular PSU.
Spaghetti cables, please fix.