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Hello Overclock.net forum.

I have a couple questions if anyone can help me here.

1: Does HPTX form-factor support atx/e-atx. I'm basically interested in the 120.4 rad setup. Not an SR-2 mobo.

2: How many 120.4 rads does the MH-10 support and their positioning options? I'm guessing 2x top, 2x bottom? The 3-4 120 holes on the front look a little too spaced apart for a rad though.

3: With the extended top option, is there enough room to contain the rad in there? Or just the fans?

4: Do you ship to Canada?

Anyways, TY CaseLabs for making a case that finally makes sense for the enthusiast. U can expect my next chassis purchase to be a Caselabs one.

Oh one more thing. When will the website be up?
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1. Yea, it should support any mobo form factor below HPTX.

2. The case supports 4x120.4 rads (might be more). Yes, two on top and bottom. Those holes in the front seemed to be only for individual fans. I believe the spacing is about 22 to 25mm (not ideal for rads).

3. It has enough space for a rad. From what Jim told me, the spacing in the extended top is about 64mm.

I hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by Atlantida;13664713 
Hello Overclock.net forum.

I have a couple questions if anyone can help me here.

1: Does HPTX form-factor support atx/e-atx. I'm basically interested in the 120.4 rad setup. Not an SR-2 mobo.

2: How many 120.4 rads does the MH-10 support and their positioning options? I'm guessing 2x top, 2x bottom? The 3-4 120 holes on the front look a little too spaced apart for a rad though.

3: With the extended top option, is there enough room to contain the rad in there? Or just the fans?

4: Do you ship to Canada?

Anyways, TY CaseLabs for making a case that finally makes sense for the enthusiast. U can expect my next chassis purchase to be a Caselabs one.

Oh one more thing. When will the website be up?

Thank you and welcome to OCN! With respect to your questions:

Yes, the "H" series (HPTX) will accommodate everything from mATX and up.

The MH10 will accommodate 2 radiators fairly easily on the PSU side (top & bottom). With the extended top, 3 radiators will fit (2 at the top and one on the bottom on the PSU side. You could put one on the bottom of the MB side if you're not using an XL-ATX board. The extended top provides 64mm of clearance, so you could mount a thin rad with fans or a thicker radiator with the fans inside. The MH10 is a bit of a compromise between size and rad capacity. The TH10 is better suited to more extreme setups.

The holes in the front of the case are for HDD mounts. They are not spaced for rads. It has been done, but requires some modding to get there. Be advised though that putting one in front will negate the use of 120.4's at the top and bottom.

We ship all over the world.

I have someone working on the site, but they need pictures from me, so guess what I'll be doing this weekend smile.gif

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TY for the quick responses. I'll PM you when I'm decided on the model and options. Unless the site is up then. Which ever comes first.
    
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