Your personal computer is more than likely cable cluttered. How can you make your desktop cleaner, cooler and stable? It is always neat to keep the cables of your PC organized.When you buy a new computer, you will notice how neatly the interior is laid out. PC builders route the cables along the case edges in tight bundles and almost make them invisible.
When you organize your PC cables, you will ensure that the stray wires or the cables are not touching the fans and increasing the heat around critical components. The fans can also burn out this way. You can improve the flow of air throughout the case so that the entire system can remain cool and stable.
Good cable planning will allow you to find the wire you need when you have to unwind them to change out a component. There is a good CPU cooler available in the market. It is Corsair H70. It is a sealed liquid cooler with two 120mm fans. It moves clutter away from the CPU socket.
You will want to install the power supply, storage devices and motherboard typically. You have to stop adding components and route the power cables to the motherboard. A nylon buckle strap with an adhesive pad can tie down the excess front panel cable length. This will make the case side easier to close and keeps the small wires from getting in the way. You can also use some wire extenders and some more tie-downs. Try not to use zip ties.
The PCI Express Power cables can also be routed behind the motherboard so that they sit at the back end of the graphics card. This way the GPU will never die from overheating.