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Modding Hidden wire job?

Discussion in 'Modding' started by AFX, 31 Dec 2007.

  1. AFX

    AFX "Bling" Silver Mountain 2

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    I was searching really hard but can’t find it. I remember seeing a mod on (think it was bit-tech.) of a guy that soldered all of his wires to the back side of his mobo to have a stealth wire management job. But I can’t find the page. Anyone know what I’m talking about?
     
  2. r4tch3t

    r4tch3t hmmmm....

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    Haven't heard of it, but I think thats a great idea. I think someone on here needs to do a new log.
     
  3. eegg

    eegg New Member

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    thats a fantastic idea

    i'm trying to do that on a broken board

    ill post later today if i succed
     
  4. blackout424

    blackout424 New Member

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  5. eegg

    eegg New Member

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    i tried now and it was realy easy and did not melt the existing plastic connector though if i were to actually use this mod in a working computer i would take the connector out and make something to cover the wires

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  6. greensabbath

    greensabbath Got Wood?

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    Do you think its possible to just take the connector out and flip it around and resolder it in backwards, er, something? Or did u already say that and i need to go get more sleep :p
     
  7. ConKbot of Doom

    ConKbot of Doom New Member

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    was it Cpemma? I remember this mode,the modder moved the ATX connector to the back, and rewired the PSU connector, and managed to blow up another motherboard forgetting that that one he had was crossed.
     
  8. blackout424

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    OUCH! some ppl have all the luck.. :wallbash:
     
  9. eegg

    eegg New Member

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    it would be preety imposible to flip the connecter because the solder connects to the back of the mobo and flipping the connector would be difficult i think it would be easier just to connect the connceter with wires between it and the mobo
     
  10. Thacrudd

    Thacrudd Where's the any key?!?

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    I agree, you could connect wires to the power connector and solder them to the correct points on the back of the board thus removing the problem of it being flipped. Brilliant!:clap:
     

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