Throughout the device you'll find a lot of space and holes for cable management. Though in the end .. wiring will always be a little messy of course, I mean this is an open chassis.
Extremely handy (and this is so simple) are a small reset and power on/off button you can connect tot he front panel headers on the motherboard. Yes, yes .. no more power on/off by tapping the pins in the motherboard with a screwdriver .. (ahem).
The rear end will look a little spaghetti like, with all the PSU cables. Still not bad and there is enough room for some cable management.
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