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I know Corsair quality is usually very good, and I'm sure these new CM cases are also top notch, and up to date in terms of features. Can't go wrong either way really IMO.
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That middle thing is just a plastic cover to make cable management look nicer. In that pic, it's as far left as it can go, it is capable of sliding all the way against the HDD cages or removed entirely if you want.
I just removed one of the feet, there does not seem to be a way to mount casters to the XM. The 800D does not appear to come with them.
The XM does not support a bottom-mounted radiator. It does however support top and back mounted ones.
Corsair and CoolerMaster are 2 of the best case makers there are, both in customer service and build quality.

Bit disappointing, but thanks. You think I could build a platform with casters and rest the case on it? Similar to a car creeper? A small slab of pine or oak painted black and lacquered with rubber mat in between it and the tower. I could probably cut a hole in the back so the PSU has space to suck up air.

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The HAF 912 can hold any GPU, once you remove the second drive bay. With it in, my Asus GTX 570 scrapes the edge of teh cage.

Bit late, mate. I'm past those now.

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Originally Posted by snipekill2445 View Post

I know Corsair quality is usually very good, and I'm sure these new CM cases are also top notch, and up to date in terms of features. Can't go wrong either way really IMO.

Thank you. I'm going to play with them at a store this weekend or next.
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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

That middle thing is just a plastic cover to make cable management look nicer. In that pic, it's as far left as it can go, it is capable of sliding all the way against the HDD cages or removed entirely if you want.
I just removed one of the feet, there does not seem to be a way to mount casters to the XM. The 800D does not appear to come with them.
The XM does not support a bottom-mounted radiator. It does however support top and back mounted ones.
Corsair and CoolerMaster are 2 of the best case makers there are, both in customer service and build quality.

Bit disappointing, but thanks. You think I could build a platform with casters and rest the case on it? Similar to a car creeper? A small slab of pine or oak painted black and lacquered with rubber mat in between it and the tower. I could probably cut a hole in the back so the PSU has space to suck up air.

Quote:
Originally Posted by ./Cy4n1d3\. View Post

The HAF 912 can hold any GPU, once you remove the second drive bay. With it in, my Asus GTX 570 scrapes the edge of teh cage.

Bit late, mate. I'm past those now.

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Originally Posted by snipekill2445 View Post

I know Corsair quality is usually very good, and I'm sure these new CM cases are also top notch, and up to date in terms of features. Can't go wrong either way really IMO.

Thank you. I'm going to play with them at a store this weekend or next.

It's a CoolerMaster, you could probably just take a drill to it and put on casters yourself. But ya, it's sturdy enough on it's feet that you could make a little cart for it.

And yes, do go to the store. Nothing beats seeing the product in person and messing with it.
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I have a GTX560 Ti twin frozr and it fits with plenty of room to spare in my Define XL.
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