Was talking with another member of the forum lastnight about Murdermod products. I was upset at their pricing and the look is okay for some styles of cases, but for others it's so-so. I thought of my own little mod that may make my case management a little more cleaner I decided to do this on a cheap motherboard as opposed to my 780i at the moment. Please if your confident with this, give it a try and post your results in the comments. 20pin ATX + 4pin_12v mod 1 x Soldering Iron (20w) 1 x Cut off ATX power cable (dead powersupply) 1 x Motherboard 1 x Powersupply 1m of shrink tube Roll of Solder /w Flux 1 x 3 Burnt fingers The goal of this is to totally whipe that ugly power cable from the front of the board. In my HAF932 having the cable looks crap, I will cut a hole behind both the 24-pin ATX and EPS12v (8pin) connectors to pass this mod through. Also this mod will be done a tad dogey due to me working 6 days a week and tonight being the only night i have off. The better method would repin all the cut off ends into a Female 20/24 pin connector for a flush fit. Less talk more pictures #1 - Original Board #2 - Rear of Board #3 - And more.... #4 - First one soldered #5 - The workbench #6 - Moar.. #7 - Cables/Connectors used #8 - All lines connected #9 - 20pin cables #10 - 4pin_12v connections #11 - Connecting to powersupply #12 - End result #13 - Close up Video up soon System works well, looks great Thanks for looking.