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Cable Porn; The Art of Tidy Data Centers

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A place for sharing links to good-looking cabling (primarily data centers) that could be considered art (or porn) to the network junkies of Reddit.

Submission Guidelines:

  1. IF IT LOOKS LIKE SPAGHETTI, WE DON'T WANT TO SEE IT.

  2. SEE RULE #1

  3. Please don't post non-cableporn stuff, memes, or other low-effort content.

  4. Image posts only, text posts can be directed to /r/cableadvice.

  5. Small DIY projects are usually better suited for /r/cablemanagement or /r/homelab unless your cabling is truly exceptional.

  6. Images contained in this album of common re-posts, should not be posted, and will be removed.

  7. Reposts of any content posted within the last 6 months or in the top 100 posts on this sub will be removed.

While you are welcome to post photos of setups you didn't create, if the photos are of your own work, it's worth including a quick write up of what's going on for those curious.

Smaller projects are okay as long as they're exceptionally clean and interesting, and you include some explanation.

Please note we do not accept NSFW material. This is a subreddit that people view and post to from work, therefore we'd like to keep any non-work-safe material out.

This subreddit is still in its ~~infancy~~ toddlerhood but growing constantly. If you want to see something here that isn't, get in touch with iDemonix or the other mods.

Related Subreddits:

  • /r/conduitporn: If your photo is of conduit, it belongs over here!

  • /r/cableadvice: Advice on cabling-related projects, techniques, or products.

  • /r/homelab: If you want to show off something cool you built, but it's not quite sexy enough for this sub, try here.

  • /r/cablemanagement: If it's a picture of the inside of a PC, it probably belongs here.

  • /r/cablefail: In case this sub is too tidy for you.

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