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Hrm? That's standard ATX, not reverse. And R-ATX FTW!
Sorry... I got that mixed up with another listing. But yeah, the color isn't that great looking.
    
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No you go through the front panel the through the fan into the rad

Hah, and here I thought I'd have to run pull. Thanks - I was a bit sense there

The final puzzle I've come up with is of I can put the cade labs long 5.25" device brackets in a flex bay and still put a solid cover in that same bay (optical drive brackets used to mount this EK dual d5)
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Why do people like RATX so much? Besides all the hardware being mounted upside down, it doesn't seem like there is any performance boost or any advantages...
The R-ATX works perfect for my SM8 w/2 pedestals and platform because it has to sit on the floor to my left. I have a large converted dining table in front for monitor, printer, router, speakers, etc, and a small desk to my right that has my Switch 810 on top.

This way I can see all the pretty lights and clear tubing with Mayhems dye. smile.gif It's really all about where it has to sit, in my case. But why not place it where I can see all my sleeving, lighting and hard work? lol.
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Hrm? That's standard ATX, not reverse. And R-ATX FTW!
Why do people like RATX so much? Besides all the hardware being mounted upside down, it doesn't seem like there is any performance boost or any advantages...

Waterblocks are visible in RATX. With standard ATX layout you just put a 150 dollar block where you can't see it's beauty. As for performance, probably negligible.
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Hah, and here I thought I'd have to run pull. Thanks - I was a bit sense there

The final puzzle I've come up with is of I can put the cade labs long 5.25" device brackets in a flex bay and still put a solid cover in that same bay (optical drive brackets used to mount this EK dual d5)

Yes you can you just have to mod it to work.



you can see the black behind the ventilated cover that is a drive cage



just have to drill out the nut that the screw goes into and use the one from the 5.25 bracket. the cover will go on outside then..
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Originally Posted by Archea47 View Post

Hah, and here I thought I'd have to run pull. Thanks - I was a bit sense there

The final puzzle I've come up with is of I can put the cade labs long 5.25" device brackets in a flex bay and still put a solid cover in that same bay (optical drive brackets used to mount this EK dual d5)

Yep -

If you look on the back of the cover, you will see the threaded inserts. Pop those off, and then you can go ahead and use the cover with a bay mount. It is how I am planning on mounting my pumps in the S8.

I'll see if I can take a pic when I get home.
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Originally Posted by Panther Al View Post

Yep -

If you look on the back of the cover, you will see the threaded inserts. Pop those off, and then you can go ahead and use the cover with a bay mount. It is how I am planning on mounting my pumps in the S8.

I'll see if I can take a pic when I get home.

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Yes you can you just have to mod it to work.
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you can see the black behind the ventilated cover that is a drive cage



just have to drill out the nut that the screw goes into and use the one from the 5.25 bracket. the cover will go on outside then..

Thanks guys! +rep all around thumb.gif

I'm going to mount the EK Dual D5 in the bottom flex bay :
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/pumps-and-accessories/pumps/ek-d5-series-pump/ek-xtop-dual-d5-pwm-incl-2x-pump.html

I'm assuming there's enough clearance between the flex bays and the SSI-EEB motherboard tray
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Thanks guys! +rep all around thumb.gif

I'm going to mount the EK Dual D5 in the bottom flex bay :
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/pumps-and-accessories/pumps/ek-d5-series-pump/ek-xtop-dual-d5-pwm-incl-2x-pump.html

I'm assuming there's enough clearance between the flex bays and the SSI-EEB motherboard tray

Thats the Dual D5 top I will be using in the flex bay, though from what I can see, only need the short brackets not the long. I believe you should be able to mount it upside down, which I will need to do if I use the Aquabus version of the D5 pump that Aquacomputer makes, but either way, you should be good to go.
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Thats the Dual D5 top I will be using in the flex bay, though from what I can see, only need the short brackets not the long. I believe you should be able to mount it upside down, which I will need to do if I use the Aquabus version of the D5 pump that Aquacomputer makes, but either way, you should be good to go.

Mount it like this

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Don't have that much room with the panned build. Might put it in front of the window as I should have room there.
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