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Well for me persoanlly I need all 4 bays.. So before I purchase my loop components I need to make sure it will all fit. The top stealth bay would be used for ODD, the two below for a res/pump dual bay and the last will stay empty but eventually add a hot swap drive dont want to take it apart and loose out on that so if I have to get a slim rad I will just let me kno!w!
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Well for me persoanlly I need all 4 bays.. So before I purchase my loop components I need to make sure it will all fit. The top stealth bay would be used for ODD, the two below for a res/pump dual bay and the last will stay empty but eventually add a hot swap drive dont want to take it apart and loose out on that so if I have to get a slim rad I will just let me kno!w!

I think one of the guys said you could fit up to a 45mm rad without a fan in push and still use the ODD bay with an ODD. You could of course use one in pull.
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Well for me persoanlly I need all 4 bays.. So before I purchase my loop components I need to make sure it will all fit. The top stealth bay would be used for ODD, the two below for a res/pump dual bay and the last will stay empty but eventually add a hot swap drive dont want to take it apart and loose out on that so if I have to get a slim rad I will just let me kno!w!

I'm really eyeballing this case. I've done some thinking, and even my Aquatube reservoir will take up two bays, then I'd probably mount the pump either between the bottom HDD cage and PSU or remove the bottom HDD cage altogether. Then I'd have the ODD in the top bay and my Aquero 5 in the "hotswap" bay. I wish there was at least one more bay...
post #254 of 348
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Understood; thank you so much for the time and effort in assisting me. I am excited for this case to be available in the Philippines. smile.gif

No problem :thup:
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so what is the biggest MM size radiator that i can fit with fans under it and still keep my top odd stealth bay?!@

Based on the "90mm of space when empty" as stated by NZXT and the 41.275mm height of an ODD, then 90 - 41.275 = 48.275mm should be a good estimate of how much total space is available in the top when an ODD is installed in the top slot. Hopefully, Retell will get back to you with exact measurements.
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I will be mounting 3 AP15s on the top under the open/close vent then a radiator and 3 fans undernearth so if 45mm the most that means i could not mount ANY RADIATOR with fans under it and keep the bay.... 1 ap15 = 25mm their is no 20mm radiator out...

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Depending on the FPI of the rad you plan on using, push/pull may not even show much benefit. So if you are using a low FPI rad for reduced noise, then I would just do a pull setup with three AP-15s in the top under the vent.
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Depending on the FPI of the rad you plan on using, push/pull may not even show much benefit. So if you are using a low FPI rad for reduced noise, then I would just do a pull setup with three AP-15s in the top under the vent.

I agree with this. Thick rads (like RX series from XSPC are designed so you can achieve silent operation (as you will not require a push-and-pull configuration). You will only benefit by an average of 2 degrees in temperature drop on push-and-pull on a thick radiator like XSPC RX series...not enough benefit to justify having 3 more pieces of Gentle Typhoon fans.
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Anyone know if you can remove the hotswap in the front and use it as a normal 5.25 bay? It looks like it can be done easily enough. thinking.gif

Thinking top will be removed due to the 360 rad up top, two with the bay /res combo and the last (HS) can be used for a fan controller.... Getting things ready to order and don't want to waste any cash on unnecessary parts!
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Anyone know if you can remove the hotswap in the front and use it as a normal 5.25 bay? It looks like it can be done easily enough. thinking.gif
Thinking top will be removed due to the 360 rad up top, two with the bay /res combo and the last (HS) can be used for a fan controller.... Getting things ready to order and don't want to waste any cash on unnecessary parts!

Yeah, the hot swap bay is a typical 5.25" bay with a backplane installed. There are 4 screws, 2 on each side, holding the backplane in place. So, you just have to remove the backplane and you'll have a 5.25" bay, you'll just have to use screws to mount the 5.25" device. If you'll be using a fan controller down there, then you probably won't have to remove the backplane since fan controllers are usually short.
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awesome. Thanks for the quick response. Can't wait for this build, first time getting my feet wet biggrin.gif
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