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Originally Posted by Panther Al View Post

By little bit too long...

How so?

Just received my 700w Silverstone, and am going to stick it into a BH2 to support a 1080 and X99, with 4 SSD's and a Pair of Hard drives.

This explains it best.

jmpO2RB.jpg

The SFX-L is 125mm long,it will butt right up to the HDD drive in both configs,it wasnt practical for me...

Im just using one dirty great 6Tb drive and running the wiring under it,the SSD rack will be full of SSD's so I have to try to route as much as I can under the HDD.
Edited by B NEGATIVE - 7/21/16 at 12:27pm
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What size are the fans in those? 92mm? 80mm?
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What size are the fans in those? 92mm? 80mm?
In the PSU?

92's I think.

The top one is an Akasa slim (15mm deep),my back up if i couldnt get the spacing right in the ped.
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B- if I am only going to usb 1 SSD then it shouldnt be a problem right?
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B- if I am only going to usb 1 SSD then it shouldnt be a problem right?

My midplate is upside down and mounted on the inside rather than the rebated side (needed the few mm to get the 90 below it to line up with the 90's on the end of the rad), have a play around with it,change the screws for a button head bolt instead and you can mount it in many different layouts. My concern was fouling the PSU plug area,I have done that to myself before and the rage was very real....and costly to put right as it was late on in the build. Nothing to stop you drilling and remounting the cages too,Caselabs PEM nutted the cages instead of the case,someone was thinking that day..
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

This explains it best.

jmpO2RB.jpg

The SFX-L is 125mm long,it will butt right up to the HDD drive in both configs,it wasnt practical for me...

Im just using one dirty great 6Tb drive and running the wiring under it,the SSD rack will be full of SSD's so I have to try to route as much as I can under the HDD.

Cool - looks like I will be ok though as you said later that you reversed things as far as the cages go.

Thanks!
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Just found this log today. Looking great so far B thumb.gif Can't wait to see the paint job.
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Sub! Looking forward to the final
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In the PSU?

92's I think.

The top one is an Akasa slim (15mm deep),my back up if i couldnt get the spacing right in the ped.

I have one of those, they're alright! Decent fan for the price and moves a decent amount of air I reckon. biggrin.gif

I used mine to cool the back of my socket on the AMD rig.
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