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STH10 case question.

post #1 of 4
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Hi,

I'm looking to upgrade from my old case and I'm really interested in the CaseLabs STH10. I like the case because I can tell it offers many possibilities.

I just want to ask a question about the case because I can't tell from the pictures and from a few videos I'm watched too.

I'd like to add two 480 radiators to the case, one at the top chamber side-ways and one at the bottom chamber side-ways. The one thing I can't tell is if the PSU will interfere with the top radiator, will both fit? Should I use a 360 or 240 radiator?
post #2 of 4
No problem, in fact you can mount a 480mm + a 360mm on the top and bottom chambers and still have enough room for a power supply although the psu has to be less than 200mm deep. There are many examples of builds with this combination. The picture shows 2 - 360mm radiators but a 480mm will easily fit.

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Originally Posted by SAL9000 View Post

No problem, in fact you can mount a 480mm + a 360mm on the top and bottom chambers and still have enough room for a power supply although the psu has to be less than 200mm deep. There are many examples of builds with this combination. The picture shows 2 - 360mm radiators but a 480mm will easily fit.


Thanks a lot mate! I wasn't sure if I could fit both radiators. The picture you included was super helpful!
post #4 of 4
Yeah, the answer was easy so there you go...

The STH10 has a lot of space but I would actually like it if CaseLabs made this case wider so the power supply could be moved out of the upper and/or lower chambers and into its own place behind the motherboard like the THW10. Cabling, radiator selection & placement and tubing would be easier if this were to happen. I like the multi-chamber design but again having the PSU having its own space would be nice. I could fit 4 equally sized radiators in the upper and lower chambers - this would be perfect.thumb.gif
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