I'm installing a new SSD, as you can see below with the WD Blue being installed into the bay next to the old that came with the PC when I bought it. Before, when I'd close the case by sliding in the cover and screwing it in, these cables would be pushed into the space where the SSD now is. With this new SSD installed (It doesn't have a data cable yet because it has yet to come in) these wires are now smashed pretty tightly against the WD Blue. Will the SSD or the cords be affected in any way when it comes to heat produced by the drive? If worse comes to worse, I could just remove the old SSD, the thing was showing signs of possibly beginning to fail. I'd just install the new one in it's place. But the extra space would be really nice.