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I can't wait for this case to be released. What is it? Like ten more days before it hits US online stores? Well, at least it will give me some time to think about tubing colour.
Some people have apparently already received them in the US...
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I like this case but I'm not quite sure what to do with the DvD drive... I want to put an H100i at the top but that gets ine the way of the Optical Bays AND I hate the look of the case with a DvD drive installed



EWWWWW....

I don't know if I'll need a DvD drive so I may not even get an external one. Anyway, thats really my only problem with this case. It looks great!
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I like this case but I'm not quite sure what to do with the DvD drive... I want to put an H100i at the top but that gets ine the way of the Optical Bays AND I hate the look of the case with a DvD drive installed



EWWWWW....

I don't know if I'll need a DvD drive so I may not even get an external one. Anyway, thats really my only problem with this case. It looks great!

i should have my case on Wednesday, i'm looking to do a push/pull in the front with a 100i to negate any conflicts with the optical

this brings me to my next idea, finding something to do with the HDD bays in the bottom, that push pull will likely make me move it closer to the psu or standing the HDD bays up on the side which might hit the mobo
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Originally Posted by Mister Gutsy View Post

I like this case but I'm not quite sure what to do with the DvD drive... I want to put an H100i at the top but that gets ine the way of the Optical Bays AND I hate the look of the case with a DvD drive installed

Yeah, hopefully Corsair releases some kind of nicer looking cover for 5.25 drives.
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@Mister Gutsy

You know, unless you're burning CDs left and right or watching movies, I would just suggest grabbing an external disc drive. This is a pain, but in all honesty, I say aesthetics over 24/7 functionality. It is annoying though that you have to step aside for Corsair. If you grab a spare optical bay cover, you could just cut the cover to the lengths of the two revieilng sides and then tack them on with something that isn't permanent. I would never do this though.
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Haha, I am glad you realized what video that image was from!

I will more than likely go with the 240mm p/p configuration. Where in this case though, am I going to put a HDD? Since the drive bay is being taken up by the res/pump, I have no other immediate solutions to the problem.
I can't wait for this case to be released. What is it? Like ten more days before it hits US online stores? Well, at least it will give me some time to think about tubing colour.

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i should have my case on Wednesday, i'm looking to do a push/pull in the front with a 100i to negate any conflicts with the optical

this brings me to my next idea, finding something to do with the HDD bays in the bottom, that push pull will likely make me move it closer to the psu or standing the HDD bays up on the side which might hit the mobo

With the H100i there is enough place to move the HDD cage next to the PSU.
Source: I tested it on photoshop biggrin.gif


ryalho, you can imagine to move the cage like on the picture if your rad is not to large. Else the only option I see is putting the pump between the PSU and the rad, use a single bay res and put the HDD in the other drive bay.
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Got everything for my build! Will be providing some in progress pictures etc in the next day or two
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Brown truck just dropped mine off!
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Is there a mATX motherboard out there that supports slots 1 and 4 for multi-GPU configuration? The 5th expansion slot on this case is interesting because now I might be able to SLI in a mATX case and not have to sacrifice the sound card.
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Is there a mATX motherboard out there that supports slots 1 and 4 for multi-GPU configuration? The 5th expansion slot on this case is interesting because now I might be able to SLI in a mATX case and not have to sacrifice the sound card.
I know for a fact that Gigabyte Z77MX and the Sniper M5 do (slots 1 and 4). AFAIK, no Asus board is set up in this config (all boards are slots 1 &3).
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