I will be mounting a pair of Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity Rads, 6 x 120mm fans (push/pull) which is 113.5mm thick all together, in the top of the case.
These rads are 404mm long and 146mm wide.
Beneath that will be an XL/ATX mobo. Which top cover will I need to enclose these rads and still clear the mobo? I've found no pics of the covers themselves and don't know whether it is just extra sides with the original top cover, or a separate unit that fits atop the case. Your specs say "Radiator Clearance Above the MB Tray: 59mm", so would the 64mm Tall Ventilated option be added to the 59mm or is that the total height above the mobo? If the heights are added to each other that would make the height above the mobo 123mm, which would be perfect for my 113.5mm thick rads with push/pull fans, I think. Or would the 85mm Tall Ventilated cover, which would make the clearance 144mm be even better?
I see the pics of the standard and flex bay hdd cages but don't know what the differences are. If, maybe, the only differences are esthetic or is there some functional difference?
I'll be adding 2 SSD mounting kits, for 4 SSD's and a caster kit. Since I'll be using at least a 1200 watt PSU I'll also need the optional PSU tray, but I also don't know the difference between the standard and reversed PSU tray.
If I have a choice, I'd like the darkest led's you have as I don't like bright lights on the front of my computers.
Could you put a kit such as this together for me to assemble? It will go to Eastern North Carolina and the 28445 ZIP code.
I e-mailed this to your company address 2 or 3 weeks ago and received no response so I thought you may see it here and respond.
I have one complaint about your site. All black computer cases are almost impossible to correctly picture. I have so many of these questions because I can't see what the individual parts look like apart and also assembled into an operating unit. Some pictures of assembled computers using white colored main parts and black optional components (or vice versa) would greatly enhance the understanding of how all of these parts go together and also function together.
The sooner you can answer my questions, the sooner I can send you my money.
I'm asking all of these questions now, because I was one click from ordering an M8 when something made me reread the specs, where I found that the M8 does not hold an XL/ATX motherboard.
Thank you for your help.