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My past review.
Finger slipped, I meant to give 5 stars, my bad.
Internal HDD cage.
I was hoping to buy something that fit my case (Cooler Master HAF 932), so I can mount an aditional fan to improve the air intake. This product is great, however doesn''t belong in a case with a tooless design like mine, plus the fan it comes with is a low-PPM (1000) quiet fan, really cheap one. So I took out the HDD caddies, replaced front fan and mounted another one in the back of the cage (ghetto-rigged) with plastic tie-wraps to create a greater push-pull situation. Wild success! Plus since I''ve got something below and above this cage sitting in the case, the cage got no place to go, and no vibrations. If you decide to put HDD''s in there its also great, caddies got rubber vibration dampeners, but gonna be tough to take out and push in couple hundred times :) I also made a little unboxing video review of this cage here, if anyone cares:
Tiny wonder.
Believe it or not, I didn''t even know these things exist before I saw them (tie mounts) in some video. This particular is tiny, 1/2" only and accepts small tie wrap. Not as sticky as I hoped but it held last time I checked. Great help in wire management in tight spaces, used it to tie wires between PSU and the back wall of the case.
Clamp it! Clamp it good!
Comes in uniform black, but I''ve seen other colors. Sticks well to your case, and holds either a whole messy bunch of wires or the fat ones from your PSU. Make sure if you''re planning to stick this one behind your motherboard that your case has a sufficient space between the motherboard tray and the "back" of the case.
Purse lock evolved :)
These are great in wire management. They hold bunches of messy wires together, and unlike the tie wraps and tie mounts are reusable - nothing to cut off, no sticky mess. I recycle these between builds all the time.
Simple and elegant.
First things first - read the WARNING on the product description tab before proceeding. Then order as many as you can, if you''re a system builder. I find myself in a constant need for these buggers. It helps me reduce wire clatter from fans in the case in general, or helps connect lets say two fans into one channel onto the fan controller panel. If you value your time you will let the pros at FrozenCPU sleeve these babies for you. The final product looks classy and the job is done great. Now you can even choose the color or not only shrink or sleeving, but also the connectors themselves, but its gonna cost you.
Its RE-leasable and RE-sealable. Its also Re-usable :)
Title says all. These are 6" ties, sturdy plastic, and help those people like me, who can''t decide right away on where to tie the wires down and ends up wasting 5-10 regular ties, where one of these releasables would do. Don''t think the setup is final? Use these without regret, and reuse them :) Keep harmful plastics out of our dumps...blah-blah-blah.
Heavy duty is right.
Used them to hold huge Feser / Noiseblocker Triebwerk TK-122 fans in place, when used as case fans. Not easily scratched, so don''t worry about paint stripping off the screws. Compared to other case screws are massive.
Standoff, fan or otherwise.
Not necessary used for fan grills, a modder can find many uses for these. BUT! Way too expensive for what they are.
Not a looker but a good performer.
I put two of these babies on my side panel. First I sandwiched them b/w the fans and the case panel, and the noise of air whistling through the aluminum was a bit too much, so I had to put them on the outside of the case, so the noise subsided. I used to get tons of dust in this case, its huge, tall and still has 5 PATA HDs, who''s cables are dust traps so the case was always a horror to clean. Just putting 2 of these filters killed the 90% of dust if not more. Of course any filter or grill will kill the airflow amount, but I don''t see a temperature difference either on a CPU or a motherboard. These filters don''t have a "stylish" look but they do the job. They held a huge amount of dust after a couple of weeks and the blower didn''t do justice, so I had to use an old toothbrush to clean the dust caught in those tiny holes.