We have enough room for a second mounting position, so we're going to go that route. That provides the most flexibility. The standard mount can be used in either position or two can be used together. We may even come out with a single "XL" mount.
...(A) every radiator is different and (B) devices installed in the Flex-Bays would likely block access to them.
If i may discuss it (which im doing now anyway haha
The old model would block it as well if a flexbay would be mounted there
in my honest opinion hard tubing is nowadays the **** to go with due to its non stain lasting and abstractness
down side is its inflexibility, fragile and tearing down half the system of hard tube when replacing or changing stuff
But none the less enough room for a hard tube run by between the flexbay cage (as example) and divider yes?
Soft tube will be more difficult there, but hey who wants soft tubing nowadays.... not me
also i think you wont mount a flexbay + long device in the top and low 3 slots when having monsta 480's installedEdited: Found this at cpachris his build (true inspiration build log) which shows your comment clearly about blocking:But his 480's are outside the case not the forget mentioning
What about a horizontal cutout where it would be in line for almost all radiators?
Then the height would be the compromise, in regards routing, to the thickness of the radiator but that could be easier solved with extension fittings instead of degree fittings
This would also make the block smaller of flex bays due to its horizontal position like that way.
Not to mention some what more flexibility for soft tubers
Or will this make the case less strong with HTPX trays?
Adding more holes starts turning the divide panel into Swiss cheese.
Not in the divide panel but only in the mount and only 2 holes for the screws in the divider, but still i agree on the cheese part.
Like our other cases, each chassis component is available separately, so it's possible to drill/cut holes needed for your build and if those needs change, a new divider can be purchased. We have rubber u-channel and grommets in our store for DIY mods.
Anyway this revamp increases my will to have even more.
But i am also very curious at the new Gemini case line and i am waiting for ddr4 hardware setupEdited by Scorp - 5/14/14 at 12:28pm