After getting your PC all configured and ready to go, you may be left wondering just what you can do with all those cables hanging around.
You could use some form of cable tying method, be it velcro or some heavy duty ties, but those options merely bunch the cables together without offering any form of structure. Today, we'll look at cable combs, which should do just that.
Cable combs separate individual cables from the rest of the bunch, which is handy when you have a total of 24 for the main motherboard ATX connector and multiple other power delivery channels hanging to and from the main printed circuit board (PCB). Here's a photo of our setup before installing the combs. Bear in mind that this is with minimal cable management on the front-end, and the inside is rather well kept:
And here's the result after spending 10 minutes to install the combs:
Considering this set us back less than $15, it's a solid improvement and one that will easily fit within most budgets. Be sure to check around eBay and other online stores for good deals on this type of PC modding.