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After a couple months maybe.
Do you know if case lab cases go down in price even by a bit after some time or they stay the same throughout it's life time?
Edited by rpnp7 - 7/9/16 at 4:38pm
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After a couple months maybe.
Do you know if case lab cases go down in price even by a bit after some time or they stay the same throughout it's life time?

Well, if we take the Mercury S8 as an example, price stayed the same since release, someone correct me if i'm wrong.
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No wonder since the BH4 is just slightly bigger than BH2 and can accommodate both micro-ATX and mini-ITX.

I did think a little bit about getting a BH4 because of accommodating 2 sizes of motherboard but in the end I wanted something small and little portable plus already having mini-itx board helped also.
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Quality! I have had 3 caselabs cases I don't even look at price by the time I buy it's always a lot more for options smile.gif. It seems it's the opposite with them discounted at release then full price from there on out
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True, but there is one advantage of the BH2.
Which is: If you look at the front of the case on the inside (behind the front 2 intake fans) there is a-lot more room to put anything you'd like for example a reservoir + pump while the bh4 and bh7 don't have that room at the front behind the intake fans.

Even if you used a mini-itx mobo on the bh4 that front platform doesn't exist.

http://cdn.overclock.net/9/93/900x900px-LL-93892120_Bullet-139-Edit.jpeg

http://cdn.overclock.net/b/bd/900x900px-LL-bd8beb48_Bullet-147.jpeg

The BH4 is one inch wider than the BH2, otherwise same specs for length and height. So mITX in BH4 would still have the "platform" behind the front fans, though the cabling cutouts would be in different places. Nothing some cutting couldn't fix of course!
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Sorry if this has been answered somewhere, but could someone who owns the case comment on how easy (or difficult) it is to access the Hard Drive cages without taking the build apart. I noticed the panel on the bottom of the case for access, but I'm wondering how access is with cabling attached. Also, in some of the pictures on here, it doesn't seem there is much room for sata cables between the HDDs and the PSU. Can anyone comment on that, possibly with pictures?
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Sorry if this has been answered somewhere, but could someone who owns the case comment on how easy (or difficult) it is to access the Hard Drive cages without taking the build apart. I noticed the panel on the bottom of the case for access, but I'm wondering how access is with cabling attached. Also, in some of the pictures on here, it doesn't seem there is much room for sata cables between the HDDs and the PSU. Can anyone comment on that, possibly with pictures?

This pic might help, should be plenty of room though.
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Done!... minus the lighting.
Edited by khemist - 7/10/16 at 11:06am
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WOW! how u du dis? looks freaking great too clean!!!!!! and i see you went for a blower style gpu cooler are those a must in small cases?
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Done!... minus the lighting.

I'm not a huge fan of the traversal tubing, other than that, it looks sleek !

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