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I noticed for the STH10 case and SMA8 case, it states that you can mount 2 radiators in the upper and lower chambers; upper 120.4, 120.3 and 120.2, lower 140.4, 120.3 or 120.2 (depending on where the psu is mounted), however, Caselab don't sell these. What gives? The only 240, 280 or 360 brackets I see are for the flex bay area. Now, with that said, the instructions for the flex bay brackets state that they are to be mounted in the flex bay, so I assume these won't work in the upper/lower chambers. Is this correct? Or do one have to buy the more expensive flex bay radiator bracket, remove the grill and install, if it will even fit?

Thanks for any insight

http://www.caselabs-store.com/sth10-radiator-mounts/

The 560 radiator mounts can hold a 140, 280, 420 or a 560 one mount for all of these. and just like the 560 mount the 480 mount can hold a 120, 240, 360 or a 480 again one mount for all of these. So just 2 different side mounts are needed.. Just 2 rings to rule them all!!!! biggrin.gif
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How do you guys cover up the ugly as all balls internal i/o wires/ header thing? It is disturbingly ugly, and really interferes with my build scheme.





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How do you guys cover up the ugly as all balls internal i/o wires/ header thing? It is disturbingly ugly, and really interferes with my build scheme.

That is a great question. Please let me know when you get an answer. My thoughts (without seeing the case) is that you get a USB enabled card reader and move the USB cables there. Re the switches ... not sure yet.
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The 560 radiator mounts can hold a 140, 280, 420 or a 560 one mount for all of these. and just like the 560 mount the 480 mount can hold a 120, 240, 360 or a 480 again one mount for all of these. So just 2 different side mounts are needed.. Just 2 rings to rule them all!!!! biggrin.gif

That I understand, but according to Caselab, you can only install a 360 radiator (max) on the same side as the psu if mounting 2x radiators in the chamber. So if I wanted to have the 560 radiator in the front, I could, at max, install the 360 in the rear. So, based on your answer, I will assume that if I used the 480 or 560 mount on the same side as the psu and radiator installed to the opposite end of the psu that the mount will not interfere with the psu. Is this correct? I ask because I don't have the Case yet (will be here Tuesday) and Caselab website is just not clear on some things.

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How do you guys cover up the ugly as all balls internal i/o wires/ header thing? It is disturbingly ugly, and really interferes with my build scheme.




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I'd go with using some acrylic and basically "boxing the cables in" so they can run down thru a hole into the lower chamber.

You could paint the inside of the acrylic to match the case color, or use a contrasting color or mirrored.

Bend a sort of flatted V shape with the sides about 3" and the V bend about an inch or so wide.


I used a full width acrylic semi-V panel in my core X9 build to conceal all the front panel wiring as well as the bay devices and all that wiring:




Just scale it back to cover what you need to. . . . If you make it full height, you can use it to pass any top panel fan cabling thru as well.

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How do you guys cover up the ugly as all balls internal i/o wires/ header thing? It is disturbingly ugly, and really interferes with my build scheme.

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I had a custom acrylic box cover done

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I'm jealous of all of you, and your beautiful systems in your Caselabs cases. I have 900D, haven't re-did my computer is awhile but I really want a Magnum STH10. Think Im bite the bullet for my next pc upgrade in a couple months, and going to own a Gunmetal STH10 =)
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I will just leave this here.

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How do you guys cover up the ugly as all balls internal i/o wires/ header thing? It is disturbingly ugly, and really interferes with my build scheme.


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If I got that case I would get it with the blank power/reset and buy one from PPCS or somewhere else and put it in the flex bay.
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Thank you to all who helped me with the wiring!
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