You cant I tried to but there is a bend in the case over the cable ports that prevent that.
Thanks! I didn't even realize that Ill keep that in mind for future builds.
I think repurposing things can be a creative way of making things unique and beautiful in its own way :)
What Kind of techniques do people use today?
Its loom tubing lol it keeps air flow over the cables and makes it easy to dust. Its actually one of my favorite parts of cable management haha
I know in the future I will go with liquid cooling if necessary but she doesnt really need more performance that it's clock speeds already provides. Thanks for commenting :)
She has always supported me in anything I do. She deserves it! Thanks! :)
Thank you! It can be tedious making sure everything fits together nicely but its well worth it when you need to work on it in the future.
Thank you! Loom tubing is perfect for hiding many wires and also alowing air/dust to flow through the case.
Computer Techs are the best boyfriends of the 21 century. Good hunter 10000bc = Computer Tech 2015 ;)
Have a good holiday! -Cheers
I just showed her this post now I just have to give it to her despite the biggest snow storm in a decade lol
Thanks! Merry Christmas :)
I believe I marked up the price for it's sales value. I think I forgot to switch it back, sorry for any confusion.
Mostly for show it also displays info such as internal temps. The RAM is DDR4 since it's the newest standard it's a bit more expensive.
Yes haha according to CPUbenchmark.com the gene performs better... Even if it's only slightly.
Oh yes that thing is super effective at cooling, and surprisingly very quiet as well.
I had a strict budget to work with but I agree as well. He did specify he wanted it for large files mostly so he could map all the other computers in the office to it.
I didnt get to run Skylake. But as soon as you touch the computer you can tell it's powerful Haha It's hard to explain the feeling lol. I highly recommend this list!