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End of the week from teh horses mouth. thumb.gif

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Hi B Neg, this sounds promising! Do you know if they are planning a release in Europe at the same time as America?

yeah end of next week is what I heard also.....
post #3452 of 22179
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That i dont know,that would depend on the resellers...
If you are in the london area you can always pop over and use the kit they are sending me? I can even help you with the tubing.

Thanks for the offer! Unfortunately I live in a village near Leicester so it's a little too far away, i'll probably pester you guys over in the water cooling thread in the not too distant future though!

(Sorry for the offtopic.gif guys, love the case labs cases, not quite ready to take the plunge yet though as shipping across the pond is a little daunting, I'm sure that won't be the case forever though thumb.gif )
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I have read the manual. Still, if they are only offering 140mm x 3 or 120 x 4 on the bottom of the sm8 where does that leave space for the power supply? Also how would I mount a 240mm on the bottom, after reading through I think I'm going to go for the drop in mount up top for flexibility.

Cheers
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I have read the manual. Still, if they are only offering 140mm x 3 or 120 x 4 on the bottom of the sm8 where does that leave space for the power supply? Also how would I mount a 240mm on the bottom, after reading through I think I'm going to go for the drop in mount up top for flexibility.

Cheers

Definately get the drop in of your desired size - they're the best thumb.gif
SM8 can fit power supply on either the top OR bottom - you choose.
Honestly - I would give the floor rad a miss considering you're going big rads in roof and front.
If you have a 60mm thick 360mm rad in push / pull at the front you will only fit a single 120mm/140mm rad on the floor....
and then you'll have to mount pump/ on the rear divider with resi on top it the pump, which is OK.
BUT def no dual or tripple rad on the floor.

this might help - obviously PSU not inplace - but you see the room will just not allow for more than single fan rad.


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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

That i dont know,that would depend on the resellers...
If you are in the london area you can always pop over and use the kit they are sending me? I can even help you with the tubing.

Thanks for the offer! Unfortunately I live in a village near Leicester so it's a little too far away, i'll probably pester you guys over in the water cooling thread in the not too distant future though!

(Sorry for the offtopic.gif guys, love the case labs cases, not quite ready to take the plunge yet though as shipping across the pond is a little daunting, I'm sure that won't be the case forever though thumb.gif )
Shipping is pretty simple,I got mine in 5 days travel time. Factor in another 20% for VAT and import tax tho.
The actual cases are cheap in £ until you factor in those greedy %£%&£@ at HMRC.
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Definately get the drop in of your desired size - they're the best thumb.gif
SM8 can fit power supply on either the top OR bottom - you choose.
Honestly - I would give the floor rad a miss considering you're going big rads in roof and front.
If you have a 60mm thick 360mm rad in push / pull at the front you will only fit a single 120mm/140mm rad on the floor....
and then you'll have to mount pump/ on the rear divider with resi on top it the pump, which is OK.
BUT def no dual or tripple rad on the floor.

this might help - obviously PSU not inplace - but you see the room will just not allow for more than single fan rad.

'

Ah got you,

Definitely going for the 120 x 4 in the roof, that much I've decided on. See the thing is, this will be my first water cooling job, I know I'm starting out big, I'm doing **** loads of research and not actually buying the parts for a few months. So I can't exactly plan the whole loop, I know I want the rad in the roof, but not sure of whether to mount on the bottom or the front. I want to mount the power supply at the bottom, where it would usually go, how much rad space does that leave me? I am obviously still learning how these cases work as such.

How does the 240 rad mount to the bottom? I've seen a few people with 240 rads mounted there, they don't offer that, or are they just using an accessory to mount the rads there? Will keep reading! smile.gif
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While we're on the topic of radiator fittings...

Is there any issue fitting an Aquacomputer AMS 240 in the flexbay 120.2 given that the AC is wider and deeper than average?
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awesome. its been 2 months since ive had my smh10 and i haven't even assembled it rolleyes.gif. im waiting for haswell e, but seeing dat asus rive black sure got my mouth watering (must resist). you're switch 810 is my absolute favorite, sucks that you didn't win motm.
Ive pulled the trigger on caselabs and rive be
Didnt regret a thing and you should do the same tongue.gif
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post #3460 of 22179
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While we're on the topic of radiator fittings...

Is there any issue fitting an Aquacomputer AMS 240 in the flexbay 120.2 given that the AC is wider and deeper than average?

If the fan holes screw are normally spaced on the AMS 240 there will be no problem.
As front fans mount at the front of Flexi-Bay - you screw through those fans to mount the rad.
So rad mounting holes is the question, not the rad size.
Guessing without checking - I would say not a problem.
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