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Fan Wiring How-to @ Virtual-Hideout

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By: Chris Russell | Posted: Oct 21, 2002 1:37 am

I can personally say this is the type of guide I like to see. I'm all for case modding, and anything I can come across that makes the job easier is definately welcomed. One of my own peeves is the extra/lack of wiring inside the case. Some companies don't provide enough, and some provide waaay too much. Or, perhaps you want to add a pass-through molex so you don't have to have a million splitters inside your case. Virtual-Hideout shows us exactly how you can mod your wiring the way you want it!


Hello folks. The other day while I was re-wiring my case fans, as I always do, I made me think of all the people out there that don't wire up there fans to be neat. I've seen alotta different fans in my time. I learned along time ago that routing the fan wires is one of the biggest improvements you can make to a cases interior. There is nothing worse than seeing a bunch of fans , probably using 3pin-4pin adapters, with their wires looking spaghetti inside the case. Especially those with windows installed, and cathodes, etc. It's always bugged me to see someone show me their case mod, or I see a case in the CCG with fan wires strung all over the case. It just looks like crap. The same reason rounded cables are made to tidy up your IDE cables, you should put the same kinda consideration into your fan wires and connections.
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