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post #81 of 121
Hi, the 140.1 flex bay is very nice, but would it be possible to also have the equivalent 140.1 flex bay radiator mout ? That would fit very well with the Mercury S3, allowing to mount 1 140mm radiator + 1 double bay reservoir+pump + 1 dvd on the 7 slots flex bay !

Olivier
post #82 of 121
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Originally Posted by Olivier06 View Post

Hi, the 140.1 flex bay is very nice, but would it be possible to also have the equivalent 140.1 flex bay radiator mout ? That would fit very well with the Mercury S3, allowing to mount 1 140mm radiator + 1 double bay reservoir+pump + 1 dvd on the 7 slots flex bay !

Olivier

The 140.1 will work for either just a single fan OR for a fan & Rad setup.
post #83 of 121
Thanks very much, very good news. However, looking and the picture of the 140.1 flex bay posted by Caselabs, I don't how it would work: once you have put the 140mm fan Inside the cage, and positioned the 140mm radiator, how do you screw the whole thing ??? You can't do it from the outside, and I don't see how you would do it from the Inside of the cage. Unless there an easy way to séparate the grid from the cage, but I don't see how on the Caselabs picture.

Olivier
post #84 of 121
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Originally Posted by Olivier06 View Post

Thanks very much, very good news. However, looking and the picture of the 140.1 flex bay posted by Caselabs, I don't how it would work: once you have put the 140mm fan Inside the cage, and positioned the 140mm radiator, how do you screw the whole thing ??? You can't do it from the outside, and I don't see how you would do it from the Inside of the cage. Unless there an easy way to séparate the grid from the cage, but I don't see how on the Caselabs picture.

Olivier

Yeah, the picture for the 140.1 doesn't show the screws on the side for separating the grill from the body, but they are there. And with the grill unscrewed, it is easy. I am sure that Kevin or XNine will chip in when they see this and post a photo if they can, but please rest assured, the 140.1 WILL support a 140mm radiator, I know the 120.1 will, I can't see them changing that design a whole bunch to fit the 140.

Edit: I found a photo of the fan mount/rad mounts that shows the side screws used to hold the two halves together.

Edited by Jimhans1 - 1/26/14 at 1:35am
post #85 of 121
Is this available to order yet ? I'm not seeing it as an option on the store.

Horizontal Accessory Mount - Mercury S5
post #86 of 121
Sorry redface.gif I just added it!
post #87 of 121
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Originally Posted by Kevin_CL View Post

There will be no conversion kit for the double wide cases. The problem is the cases are riveted together. You would literally have to drill out ~100 or so rivets, then rivet the entire case back together with the new divider.

The TX10s and the MH10 are so few and far between that I am not sure if we will have a XL-ATX option for these cases. We will see how it goes for the TH10 and go from there.

Kevin, could you not create a "conversion" kit for existing TH10 users that would include the new motherboard tray and then a "blanking" tray that would go in first?

I can deal with having 2 sets of openings for cabling, but it would be a good compromise for those customers that bought into your company earlier in the game.

I can envision a number of blanking tray options, including one that would have an offset panel that would cover (by going in front of) the existing cable openings.

You guys are innovative, consider this as a challenge, please and thank you.
post #88 of 121
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Originally Posted by YP5 Toronto View Post

Kevin, could you not create a "conversion" kit for existing TH10 users that would include the new motherboard tray and then a "blanking" tray that would go in first?

I can deal with having 2 sets of openings for cabling, but it would be a good compromise for those customers that bought into your company earlier in the game.

I can envision a number of blanking tray options, including one that would have an offset panel that would cover (by going in front of) the existing cable openings.

You guys are innovative, consider this as a challenge, please and thank you.

I guess its something we can look into, but it would be a low priority with all off the other things coming. Thanks for the comment.
post #89 of 121
Man, its been much longer than I thought, but new stuffs have arrived thumb.gif

Single Wide MAGNUM HDD Side Mount


140.3 Flex-Bay Radiator Mount


These will be up on the site by this Thursday if not tomorrow!
post #90 of 121
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Originally Posted by Kevin_CL View Post

Man, its been much longer than I thought, but new stuffs have arrived thumb.gif

Single Wide MAGNUM HDD Side Mount


140.3 Flex-Bay Radiator Mount


These will be up on the site by this Thursday if not tomorrow!




Oh sweet baby Jesus,

F*ck yea! Guess I'll finally pull the trigger now that I can front mount a 140.3 rad!
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