Originally Posted by Solonowarion
Hmm I wonder If I could do that with my 600 t
The 600T looks very Asymmetrical so I do not think it will work properly, or without some heavy modification. For one, the Door Latches, do they have the needed slots/cutouts on the upper edge on the opposite of the top piece? I can not tell without having the case in front of me. Also, how is the motherboard tray assembled into the case? Again, without the case in front of me, i do not know. If anyone else is unable to 100% guarantee these then I will go to MicroCenter/Frys and check out a floor model.
The Antec LanBoy Air is mostly Symmetrical, except the how the motherboard plate's rails are attached. There are two horizontal rails that are adjustable for if the user wants the psu top mounted or bottom mounted w/ the mobo then being either top or bottom mounted too. These two horizontal rails connect to the rear corner vertical post and the post just forward to it. These to posts have special slots and screw holes that hold the horizontal rails in securely in place. the two opposite rails do not have these slots and screw holes. Long story short, I had to essentially flip the case upside-down, but kept the top and bottom pieces in place. All the posts are actually upside-down now, and because all the rivet holes were not the same on the top as they were on the bottom, I had to drill new holes in the posts and re-rivet everything.
My whole thing was that I wanted the Corsair H100i to be in a Push + Pull configuration and if the motherboard was right side up in the normal config, then the fans and or rad for the h100i would hit the armor plating and or the RAM and it would not work. Even in a one sided fan setup (push or pull) some people said that one would have to get specific motherboards that did not have high VRM/RAM.
Once I am done with Stage 3 (acrylic windows), then I will post a completed build log. For now enjoy a picture of the tear down.