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OK, so I have the Reversed M8 and I'm looking to put two UT60s vertical in the back half. I can use the Vented MB door for my fan/rads but I need away to mount my PSU in the front...
Queue the crappy MS paint!

JsU01VC.jpg

My question is, what mount should I use for the PSU and RADS... I see Caselabs makes Vertical PSU mounts, just not for the M8 headscratch.gif
Any ideas would help guys!
Thanks
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Would this not work?

http://www.caselabs-store.com/psu-mounting-bar-kit-sm8/

you may have to mod it slighlyt but isnt the SM8 and the M8 the same height?
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There is nothing we make that would allow you to do this without modification. I see two potential solution's.

1. Use 4 vertical mounts and drill holes for the screws holding the fans/rad.

2. Use 2 140.4 Flex-Bay rad mounts and cut them to fit the interior height of the case.

Either one of these solutions may not line up very well with the ventilation pattern in the door. This would most likely be a problem no matter what you did.

For the PSU, you would need to make your own bracket/mount, or drill holes in the case to relocate it.
Edited by Kevin_CL - 9/10/13 at 5:13pm
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Thanks for the ideas!!! I figure I wouldn't get this done, without a little modding... The 4 vertical mounts sound like a pretty good idea!

The PSU will just have to be made and I think I can handle that!

Again, thanks Kevin and Mad!
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