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Well the top panel is reversible, so vents can be placed overtop the PCI area. It's a shame that CaseLabs didn't have the foresight to make the 120x2 top mount reversible as well (though it's probably not too difficult to fix).

Actually, these BH cases seem to have a lot of missed opportunities throughout that might not necessarily have increased the cost of manufacture. (Or could have lowered that cost had they not forced crappy front panel audio into the design).

I'm still trying to figure out how the removable basement HDD panel works, as I assume it might be difficult to drop out the basement with power and sata cables attached to drives...kind of dangerous, accident waiting to happen. I guess build with a lot of slack? Useless if you mount a pump there? Is that panel there simply to facilitate system assembly?

In my mind the lower panel made assembly much easier by being able to be dropped. But that is just my three cents.
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Agreed^ also found myself taking the back and front off too to get to stuff specially being watercooled
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post #2233 of 2685
that rubber bumper is pushing up on my x99 sabertooth back plate should i remove it?
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All black like that looks good so good. Rubber thing that came on mother board tray?
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there is like this rubber support button thing on the mb tray I think to help brace mb near gpu slot but its kinda pushing up on the back plate
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You can remove the rubber bumper, buy be aware that your motherboard may sag due to the weight of the GPU. All of our horizontal chassis feature that bumper to support the board. Is it necessary? For some quite possibly, that's just something you'll have to look into with your board/GPU combo. With so many motherboards and GPUs and blocks on the market, it's impossible for us to determine if it is in fact necessary for all, but you might not need it. Other option is to shave it down slightly so it's still there.
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I have the commend EVGA I sent my z97 stinger mobo in Monday for a rma and I got a new one Thursday. Never hassled with rma stuff or returns and this experience has been great. Flawless and quick.
Gonna x fingers and put it back together this weekend .

Quick question

If I install the full nickel el Cpu block will gnat suffice to do a quick bench test with Cpu and ram only and see if the mobo posts into bios ? Do not have stock cooler
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Razor has any one tried the black blades they work so awesome. The small snap blade stainless knife with black blades oh man so cool. Mine keep disappearing I think people steel them from me, even though no one is around. is that normal to think that way.
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New rma Evga stinger tested with a FF code afraid I hit the trifecta with the mishap mobo Cpu and psu new mobo psu only thing left is Cpu could it be so?!
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