I was using screws and nuts to secure things like my homemade filter to the outside and the powersupply to the bottom of my case. During a powersupply switch (from enermax to fortron) I needed a good way to keep the new supply from sliding around the bottom of the case. I tried self stick (sticky back) velcro and it worked great. Now, if I need to remove the intake filter or my powersupply, I just pull.
I'll bet it would work to controll wires too, just stick a spot to the case side or top and wrap some around the wire bundle/cable... and press-tow... instantly secure.
I'll bet it comes in colors too.
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I couldnt find any way to keep my two 60mm deltas mounted to the top of my ram sinks. Tired crazy glue, double sided tape, zip ties... everything. Finally I decided to try some Velcro and man... those two fans are as stuck as can be to my ram now They wont budge on their own!
yeah velcro is pretty decent, it's just that it's kinda think so if you wanted something flush it would be kinda hard to do
with my lastest case mod i used steel mesh and some JB Weld. you can find it at any hardware/home improvement store (ie. lowe's, home depot, ACE, etc)
my post is here
i think page 2 has the pictures
i think everyone would agree that velcro has to be on the top ten coolest invetions list, along with the rubber band and pants!!
i read aobut velcro, forget my weld thing, oh why would be do without Velcro
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