Well, I went ahead and measured it. Freed the 8pin from the SSD mount, pulled the cable straight and measured the slack. Roughly 110mm..
So with this new information, I'd say it's a tight squeeze
You'll probably want to leave that left SSD mount empty and even remove the bracket to have the 8pin run as close to the motherboard tray as possible.
I'd go for it if I were you. It's a wonderful case and I wouldn't let a 8pin cable hold me from it. If it won't reach then it won't. Simple as that. Then you'll either have to use the stock cable or make a new cable.
P.S. Good thing I didn't have the right side of the case against the wall, easy to access the spaghetti compartment.
Also regarding the PSU side of the 8pin, I for the life of me can't remember on which connector I have the 8pin plugged.
Since were talking millimeters here it's probably gonna matter whether you have the power supply fan
a) facing upward and the 8pin connected to the only CPU/PCI-e connector on the top row
b) facing down and the 8pin connected to the CPU/PCI-e connector which is next to the second M/B connector on the bottom row.
I'll go and take a peek inside..
E2: You're good, go ahead and order the case if this was your primary concern holding you back?
I've connected the 8pin to the bottom row of the connectors and next to the second motherboard connector and I have the fan facing updwards.. Hence you're good.
If I'd have the 8pin connected to the top row only CPU/PCI-e it would mean at least 5cm more reach for the 8pin
The reason why I've done so is that I've worked my way with the cables from the components to the power supply, not the other way around which is probably what most people do. The freedom with modular cables is so nice
And since I've connected the motherboard cables first I must have connected it next to the motherboard connectors just because...reasons. Maybe for the fact that they would be nice and close and easy to tie together with the included strap..Edited by lagittaja - 4/28/15 at 12:04pm