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So I dont know the difference, They look exactly the same.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

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Hey joel,

the most notable differences are from the m10 it has XL-ATX support over the m8 it also has two extra pci slots over the m8

the MH10 is much longer supporting HPTX and 120.4 aka 480mm radiators in the roof

its worth noting there is more clearance in the m8 over the others for larger push pull radiators

you can find the specs at caselabs.net

or as follows


M8 Specifications:

Size: 15"W x 19.06"H x 20.06"D (381mm x 484mm x 510mm)
PCI Slots: 8
Form Factor: mATX, ATX, SSI-CEB MB tray dimensions: 12.0" x 10.75” (305mm x 273mm)
Max Radiator Size: 120.3
Radiator Clearance Above the MB Tray: 100mm
Radiator Clearance Below the MB Tray: 52mm
Cooling Tower Clearance: 180mm
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 10
HDD Capacity: 12 (24 using Flex-Bays)
Weight: 19 lbs.


M10 Specifications:

Size: 15"W x 19.06"H x 20.06"D (381mm x 484mm x 510mm)
PCI Slots: 10
Form Factor: mATX, ATX, SSI-CEB, XL-ATX MB tray dimensions: 13.60" x 10.75” (346mm x 273mm)
Max Radiator Size: 120.3
Radiator Clearance Above the MB Tray: 59mm
Radiator Clearance Below the MB Tray: 52mm
Cooling Tower Clearance: 180mm
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 10
HDD Capacity: 12 (24 using Flex-Bays)
Weight: 19 lbs.


MH10 Specifications:

Size: 15"W x 19.06"H x 26.06"D (381mm x 484mm x 662mm)
PCI Slots: 10
Form Factor: mATX, ATX, SSI-CEB, SSI-EEB, EATX, XL-ATX, HPTX MB tray dimensions: 13.60" x 15.00” (346mm x 381mm)
Max Radiator Size: 120.4
Radiator Clearance Above the MB Tray: 59mm
Radiator Clearance Below the MB Tray: 52mm
Cooling Tower Clearance: 180mm
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 10
HDD Capacity: 12 (24 using Flex-Bays)
Weight: 25 lbs.

Edit: yes for the most part they look the same from the front but that is the caselabs style imo biggrin.gif hope this info helps
Edited by kikifq - 7/13/13 at 4:04am
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Hey joel,

the most notable differences are from the m10 it has XL-ATX support over the m8 it also has two extra pci slots over the m8

the MH10 is much longer supporting HPTX and 120.4 aka 480mm radiators in the roof

its worth noting there is more clearance in the m8 over the others for larger push pull radiators

you can find the specs at caselabs.net

or as follows


M8 Specifications:

Size: 15"W x 19.06"H x 20.06"D (381mm x 484mm x 510mm)
PCI Slots: 8
Form Factor: mATX, ATX, SSI-CEB MB tray dimensions: 12.0" x 10.75” (305mm x 273mm)
Max Radiator Size: 120.3
Radiator Clearance Above the MB Tray: 100mm
Radiator Clearance Below the MB Tray: 52mm
Cooling Tower Clearance: 180mm
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 10
HDD Capacity: 12 (24 using Flex-Bays)
Weight: 19 lbs.


M10 Specifications:

Size: 15"W x 19.06"H x 20.06"D (381mm x 484mm x 510mm)
PCI Slots: 10
Form Factor: mATX, ATX, SSI-CEB, XL-ATX MB tray dimensions: 13.60" x 10.75” (346mm x 273mm)
Max Radiator Size: 120.3
Radiator Clearance Above the MB Tray: 59mm
Radiator Clearance Below the MB Tray: 52mm
Cooling Tower Clearance: 180mm
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 10
HDD Capacity: 12 (24 using Flex-Bays)
Weight: 19 lbs.


MH10 Specifications:

Size: 15"W x 19.06"H x 26.06"D (381mm x 484mm x 662mm)
PCI Slots: 10
Form Factor: mATX, ATX, SSI-CEB, SSI-EEB, EATX, XL-ATX, HPTX MB tray dimensions: 13.60" x 15.00” (346mm x 381mm)
Max Radiator Size: 120.4
Radiator Clearance Above the MB Tray: 59mm
Radiator Clearance Below the MB Tray: 52mm
Cooling Tower Clearance: 180mm
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 10
HDD Capacity: 12 (24 using Flex-Bays)
Weight: 25 lbs.

Edit: yes for the most part they look the same from the front but that is the caselabs style imo biggrin.gif hope this info helps

Thanks. I think i will stick with M8
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