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Ill measure mine for your. One advised on removing the hot-swap bays from the 800D, take your time since its complicated as heck!

cool, thanks man. yeah i'll definitely be care i dont plan on screwing up my brand new beautiful case haha.
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This post makes me think 140mm is too big
post #3853 of 8654
The hot swap bay door is 150mmx165mm.

@Tw33k, I think he's planning to remove the hot swap bays all together.
post #3854 of 8654
I just got my 800D today. I know that the latest revisions come with USB3.0 and SATA6 hotswap bays. I do indeed have 2x USB 3.0 in the front, so thats covered.. however I'm unable to see any marks on the hotswap bays.

I assume they are the upgraded SATA6 version, but i'd like to make sure. I won't actually be putting hard drives in this for awhile... I still need to build my loop and leak test.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

I just got my 800D today. I know that the latest revisions come with USB3.0 and SATA6 hotswap bays. I do indeed have 2x USB 3.0 in the front, so thats covered.. however I'm unable to see any marks on the hotswap bays.
I assume they are the upgraded SATA6 version, but i'd like to make sure. I won't actually be putting hard drives in this for awhile... I still need to build my loop and leak test.

The orginal Sata3 system has four individual pcb boards with four sata ports and four power ports. The new Sata6 is a single solid pcb with four sata ports and one sata power port.
post #3856 of 8654
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The hot swap bay door is 150mmx165mm.
@Tw33k, I think he's planning to remove the hot swap bays all together.

Sorry if I'm not understanding properly but looking at the link I posted above even removing the whole bay, isn't the space still only as wide as a 3.5" HDD? I'm planning on getting this case and want to do the same thing and if it will fit a 120mm/140mm fan great but it just doesn't look like it will.
post #3857 of 8654
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Sorry if I'm not understanding properly but looking at the link I posted above even removing the whole bay, isn't the space still only as wide as a 3.5" HDD? I'm planning on getting this case and want to do the same thing and if it will fit a 120mm/140mm fan great but it just doesn't look like it will.

There's a gap in the front panel (that's how I routed the psu exhaust for my front mounted psu). I'll measure it but it looks like you might be able to fit a 25-20mm thick fan.
post #3858 of 8654
Does anyone else's plastic devices... well.. kinda suck? This is my only gripe so far with the case.

My mobo tray door is just terrible. It sits on there, move the case 3 inches and it falls, seems to be no way to latch it correctly. Manual doesn't mention it. SATA cover/HD Fan cover don't really latch in place. They don't fully "lock", only part way.. not much force to yank them out. When moving the case around I could see them falling out of place.

I'll probably just keep the mobo tray door off the case... but it seems like they put it there for a reason.. so the HD fan can blow air out the back. The tray is unacceptable, the SATA/HD covers are OK, but I did expect a tighter fit on a $250 case.

EDIT: I notice there a feet there beneath the window, my plastic thing has no such thing.. Did I get a unfinished piece?

EDIT2: It's faulty, just compared with a video.. going to have to call corsair to send me a replacement part.
Edited by Murlocke - 11/30/11 at 9:19am
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post #3859 of 8654
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

Does anyone else's plastic devices... well.. kinda suck? This is my only gripe so far with the case.
My mobo tray door is just terrible. It sits on there, move the case 3 inches and it falls, seems to be no way to latch it correctly. Manual doesn't mention it. SATA cover/HD Fan cover don't really latch in place. They don't fully "lock", only part way.. not much force to yank them out. When moving the case around I could see them falling out of place.
I'll probably just keep the mobo tray door off the case... but it seems like they put it there for a reason.. so the HD fan can blow air out the back. The tray is unacceptable, the SATA/HD covers are OK, but I did expect a tighter fit on a $250 case.
EDIT: I notice there a feet there beneath the window, my plastic thing has no such thing.. Did I get a unfinished piece?
EDIT2: It's faulty, just compared with a video.. going to have to call corsair to send me a replacement part.

They'll take care of you, especially if this is a new unit. Did you try amazon? They are also really good and they might just send you a return label and a new unit.
post #3860 of 8654
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Sorry if I'm not understanding properly but looking at the link I posted above even removing the whole bay, isn't the space still only as wide as a 3.5" HDD? I'm planning on getting this case and want to do the same thing and if it will fit a 120mm/140mm fan great but it just doesn't look like it will.

okay check this out. i made a quick paint sketch of what is going on in my head about sizing and fitting the 140mm fan. that link you posted, is the size of the hole without the front panel. the front panel hole has a frame around the cutout in the shell of the case that you then attach the door to.

here's what im thinkin':
sizes.jpg
you see in the picture the three different colors based on different "frames" behind the bay door that i would be removing. i would be okay with cutting the front panel "frames" out to fit the fan with a grill over it, though i would also be worried about it being flush with the panel in the end.
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