So I have spent a little time after work these last two evenings installing radiators and fans and what not and i have a concern. I have 2 xspc rx360's installed in the power supply side of the case. One mounted on top and the other mounted on the bottom. I didn't realize how tight of a fit the bottom mounted radiator was until I removed the motherboard tray and it scraped the paint off the side of the radiator.
After trying to figure out what alternate mounting options I might have, I noticed that the radiator/fan holes in the bottom of the power supply side of the case are set further in than any of the other fan/radiator mounts. Basically from the edge of the case to the first set of fan holes on the bottom of the motherboard side of the case is 25mm. The same is for both of the fan/radiator mounts on the top side of the case. However unfortunately on the bottom of the power supply side of the case the first set of screws is inset 31mm. This gives the fan/radiator mounts an asymmetrical layout, and unfortunately causes my rx360 to run into the bottom corner of the motherboard tray.
Is that design intentional, or did I wind up with a case that had it's holes drilled in the wrong spot?