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What about my PC-777? The PC-A20 I'm waiting for is almost out!
Don't worry, i'm still interested!

The V2010 will be a stock item.
    
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Nice case
Can you make a few pictures with the left side-panel off?
I want to see how many space there is for cables behind the mainboard-panel.
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What about my PC-777? The PC-A20 I'm waiting for is almost out!
Yeah, I'm going to wait for the PC-A20 to be released before I make my final decision.
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I got mine on silverpcs.com, it was about fifteen dollars cheaper but it took a few days longer to process than newegg usually does (this could be because it had just come out).
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nice case! pics a bit wacked
yeah sorry about that, it was quick and early in the morning with a shakey hand. I'll do better next time, I promise.

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Originally Posted by Wattes View Post
Nice case
Can you make a few pictures with the left side-panel off?
I want to see how many space there is for cables behind the mainboard-panel.
Sure, as soon as I get home tonight.
Although, I must say that from my limited inspection of it I think that there may be very little to no room back there for cables. This may be due to my lack of expertese in the area but I think that the motherboard tray is right up on the panel with no room to get cables in anywhere. I will look again, because I hope this isn't the case.
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The new PSU orientation is gonna gay things up.... no more dual PA120.3's in the bottom!
    
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post #16 of 17
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Hey, I just received my new silver v2010...

Edit: Pics are up. Sorry for the quality
You used flash-white balance setting which is closer to fluorescent or outside than that incandescent lamp in ceiling of your room.
So either correct one or the other or better yet, pop up that flash so that there's enough light to keep shutter speed fast enough for avoiding handshake. (using wide angle also allows slower shutter speed without shaking being visible)
Now that photography lesson is over back to topic.

I would be interested about closer pictures of HDD racks and are those attached to rest of the case by screws or rivets. (check part of camera's manual discussing using macro for closer shots)
Basing to pics of V2x10 I've seen it looks like HDDs are meant to be installed into/removed from their places from right side or at least taking them off would be hard from left side because of farther end's mounting screws being in notch.
Also when in place are HDDs symmetrically in center of chassis with equal amout of distance to side panel in both ends?

BTW, looks like HDDs are spaced more loosely than in general meaning better cooling for them so what it does it look to you?
post #17 of 17
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I would be interested about closer pictures of HDD racks and are those attached to rest of the case by screws or rivets. Basing to pics of V2x10 I've seen it looks like HDDs are meant to be installed into/removed from their places from right side or at least taking them off would be hard from left side because of farther end's mounting screws being in notch.
Also when in place are HDDs symmetrically in center of chassis with equal amout of distance to side panel in both ends?

BTW, looks like HDDs are spaced more loosely than in general meaning better cooling for them so what it does it look to you?
The HDD racks are help in place by screws and can be turned easily to face either direction. they are not in the symmetric center, they leave room for the cables. also, if you want to turn them around, the holes are already predrilled for you to do it. :-) i took one of the racks out of mine, i only have 4 HDDs.

the drives are very easy to install. the way it comes you have to put them in from the back, but like i said you can turn it around. and both side panels are a breeze to remove, so it is not really a problem. :-)

they are also spaced so that drives end up about 12-15 mm apart from each other. my velociraptors never get above 28c in a 25c room
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