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There was a certain elegance to the Merlin case. I somewhat regret selling my Merlin in anticipation of the Mercury series (which I’ve yet to purchase). If Merlin had vertical GPUs I would, without hesitation, order it again over the S8S and SMA8-A. I loved the orientation of the PSUs, RADs, and the centered design lines of the case. Plus it was easy to have the bottom serve as an intake, the top as an exhaust, and the front adding positive pressure.

Why not design your own midplate that would facilitate vertical gpus? I'm doing this one for my SMA-8, which I'll send to the waterjet and laser cutting services I use. There's room in the front for a radiator in push/pull, and the central, larger cross-hatched area will provide positive pressure via the lower chamber:

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It’s a thought, but I don’t think I want to mod that much of the case for my next build. The mods I’d rather focus on are artistic related.
Edited by DefenderCast - 12/17/17 at 7:36pm
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If you had the patience i mentioned earlier, you'd have found that one out on your own, but..

Assuming you mean what i think you mean? That gap is there for you to fit a vertical radiator in the front (flex-bay) compartment; given sufficient radiator length, without it you'd have interference with the mid-plate. If you don't plan to, you obviously have no need for it.


Pls, compare options -
"Window with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount"
"Ventilated with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount",

Who and why will use "Window with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount" instead of "Ventilated with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount" ?
Both ventilated, but last is simple gap in case....


Edited by Breslavets - 12/18/17 at 8:17am
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Pls, compare options -
"Window with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount"
"Ventilated with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount",

Who and why will use "Window with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount" instead of "Ventilated with 120.3 mount and lower 120/140 mount" ?
Both ventilated, but last is simple gap in case....


It's simply a choice between better airflow with the ventilated cover vs the aesthetics of having a window in the front of the case (which has become a popular feature in the industry). Yes, it does restrict airflow somewhat, but fans mounted behind the glass will still move air. We are simply offering a choice between the two.

The gap is independent of the front panel choice:



The solid version on the left is the "standard" The cutout at the end will fit fans but not radiators. The panel on the right does 2 things: provide the necessary clearance for a radiator and allows up to three 120mm fans to be used to add or direct airflow in the MB chamber. Generally the added radiator clearance is only an issue when using a 480 in front.
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Just wondering if you have the glass front panel - would it still be possible to mount fans inside to draw air in through the front vents?

Mark

There's enough room for proper airflow. Temps won't be dramatically affected by not having the front be vented.

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I'm entry-level user and I see the complexity of CL configurator.
Why we haven't got visual designer?
Or simple visualization - If I check option it should show the picture of option,
or could you at least sign pictures in product galery?

This is something we'll be working on. The hope is for a fully rotatable 3D model that changes based on chosen options. It may end up being a 2D-ish model and just show the changes made. I'm not a programmer, so I don't know the complexity of that side. I will be personally working on a project to map out and model each case so we can get some better information and models for you guys to look at while configuring.

Kevin already takes a ton of photos. Most everything is listed and if you aren't sure exactly which picture to look at or what is what, just shoot me a PM on here or FB. I'm happy to help out.

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I'm entry-level user and I see the complexity of CL configurator.


Not clear , could you help with such options, where can I see the pictures for each of them? -

Motherboard Tray Style:
Standard 8 slot,
Standard 8 slot vertical PCIE adapter and riser cable
Vertical 5 slot with single riser cable included
Vretical 5 slot with two riser cables included

Top Cover:
39mm Extended Height Ventilated
120mm Extended Heght Ventilated

Case Bottom:
Large Cut-Out with removable cover plate
Solid Floor with Ground Effect Lighting Mounts (lighting not included)

Front Panel Style:
Ventilated Fron Panel Cover 120.2(240) mount
Ventilated Fron Panel Cover 120.3(360) mount
Ventilated Fron Panel Cover 120.4(480) mount (removes lower 120/140 mount)
...
Flex-Bay(5.25) Front Cover - 120.2(240 mount with Solid Bay Covers)
Flex-Bay(5.25) Front Cover - Ventilated Bay Covers

All of these are on the product page. Shoot me a PM on FB and I'll be happy to help link you to everything. It's easier to share pictures on there for myself. smile.gif

Edit: I see Jim replied to you, but feel free to message me directly if you have any follow up questions!


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Had the same issue; my advice? It's called patience.
i) start by going to the site's gallery, select old SMA8 builds, look thoroughly, click the build log URLs, look thoroughly there too.
ii) go to the dedicated chassis thread and use the in-thread searching tool for keywords of interest, ie "distance".
iii) when neither has helped, ask other posters.

You could also ask CL reps directly; didn't help much in my case, they never got back to me, but no one's to say it's gonna be the same for you too smile.gif

(they are currently planning for a visual revamp btw, they're aware of the issue and working on it)

Really sorry to hear that! frown.gif When did you message us? And were you able to eventually get the information you needed?
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I agree that a 3D configuration tool would be pretty cool, but speaking as a programmer is very difficult to achieve. It is typically done use a 3D model of the part(s) and rendering out every possible combination of color, options and accessories. That could run into thousands of images all of which would have to be manged in code so that the right one came up when selections were made. Theoretically, the images could be dynamically created using something similar to a gaming engine, but the coding would be very complex and hard to integrate into an eCommerce platform.This process would have to be repeated for every case model.

That's not to say that someday, there won't be better tools to achieve that, but for now, we're using photos to help explain the differences for each option which I think should help. In the meantime, we'll keep pursuing ways to make the process easier wink.gif
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Almost done with my order selection. Question: With the RGB Luminous Mid Plate Panel light in place, is there any point to using the Motherboard Chamber LED Strip Mounting Kit at the same time? Do they complement each other and add to each other, or is the RGB Luminous Mid Plate Panel more than sufficient?
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Almost done with my order selection. Question: With the RGB Luminous Mid Plate Panel light in place, is there any point to using the Motherboard Chamber LED Strip Mounting Kit at the same time? Do they complement each other and add to each other, or is the RGB Luminous Mid Plate Panel more than sufficient?

It depends on the effect you're going for. The luminous panel throws quite a bit of light.You couldn't use the horizontal section at the bottom of the MB chamber (as shown in the product photos) because it would interfere with the panel, but it could be mounted at the top if you're looking to add more light.
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It depends on the effect you're going for. The luminous panel throws quite a bit of light.You couldn't use the horizontal section at the bottom of the MB chamber (as shown in the product photos) because it would interfere with the panel, but it could be mounted at the top if you're looking to add more light.

Fair enough. Will the motherboard LED rails be available separately whenever the Luminous Panel is available separately?
Edited by DefenderCast - 12/18/17 at 9:46am
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Really sorry to hear that! frown.gif When did you message us? And were you able to eventually get the information you needed?

 

It's perfectly fine, my purchase coincided with both a holiday discount and a chassis revision, so i understand; it was a proper email to CS (didn't have an e-commerce account at the time, was sent through my gmail client), but i won't bother you with specifics, like i said it's honestly fine :)

Didn't get the info, no, but i ordered more than enough of the parts in question just to be sure i'm covered.

 

* Only downside is for you folks.. this all amounted to a total of three orders with instructions to have them merged as one; #33703, #33719, #33757.

** Travis is super helpful ^^

 

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The gap is independent of the front panel choice

 

Good thing you posted.. and my apologies to the poster above for being misleading!

(no longer matters of course, but out of curiosity, was it just so in the old SMA8 too? Must have gotten the wrong impression)


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