Originally Posted by sadeter
I think if they were to build that case it would be better to just go with a 420 on the bottom, but keep the 560 in push/pull up top if you sacrifice using the full length of the top drive bay (or maybe 2 for the Monsta. But with the extra height you could have a few more drive bays anyway.) That would keep it to a somewhat more reasonable length and price for most people but still put it firmly in the realm of the uber-enthusiast water-cooler, even if not quite Diva tier. Heck if you'd stop messing around on the builds you have and get them done, then you could build the P1130 and show NZXT how to do it
But new stuff keeps coming out and causing me to want to integrate it, and besides, it's summer and bloody stinkin' hot down here in the tropics, with the beaches, the lemonades, and the ice teas beckoning more frequently, and somehow managing to have their way with me.
On the stretch, it really does work out to having a 560 top and bottom, as grafting the top and bottom 280 sections of 2 cases makes the top and bottom chassis panels' lengths work out perfectly.
You end up with the same length in the top bay area as if you has a 280 rad.
Ideally, you'd have more than enough room height wise for a dual bay fan controller with room behind it for custom electronics boards if needed or a dual bay res, all above the regular optical drives cage.
Will be interesting to see what they bring out in the fall,