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No, you would need this kit : PSU Mounting Bar Kit SM8/

Ooh, thanks. Of course it's $40 lol.

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As for the cable routing this, the kit is provided with a psu cover plate that goes where the psu would normally go and on this plate you have 2 holes to pass your cable. thumb.gif

Where does the new plate go and where are the 2 cable holes? I couldn't really find any good pictures of this redface.gif not good angles
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Where does the new plate go and where are the 2 cable holes? I couldn't really find any good pictures of this redface.gif not good angles

This is a picture from @Denis777 build

You can see in the bottom the psu cover plate with the holes and the psu power cable go through the left hole thumb.gif

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I'm sorry you're frustrated, and well work with you to ensure that you're satisfied.

However, there's a few things that you have to take into account. We can't possibly consider every single configuration of hardware out there. This is why we provide external and internal dimensions for each chassis. A 250mm reservoir wouldn't fit in many cases without removing optical drives. Additionally, we provide a standard amount of flex bay covers for each build. If you need a different amount, or single instead of double or triple,, this is where we ask customers to provide such details on the comments box on their order so that we can fulfill their requirements. On every chassis, on our website, we list the standard items that come with the chassis, including flex bay covers. Please contact CS@caselabs.net and we'll assist in figuring out a solution for you.

ThankYou, Like I said I realize you cant consider every possible configuration but in cases where someone purchases a 120.2 flex-bay radiator mount I think by substituting one of the 3 triple flex-bay covers with a single and a double would resolve almost all possibilities of someone being left with an open slot (Just a suggestion). Also I was unaware that I could request a substitute in the notes.

Thank You for being understanding and I apologize for coming off the way I did. I appreciate you offering a solution.

We don't usually allow for substitution items, however, there are times when it's warranted. If you wanted every single flex bay cover to be a 1 slot cover, for instance, that's something we wouldn't do without requiring additional covers to be purchased. However, in your instance, where triple slots won't work because of other accessories purchased, it's a different story and we can assist you. That's why we're Case Labs. That's why we communicate with our customers directly in place like forums, because our customers are important to us. All I ask is for a little faith... And maybe some coffee.
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Are the Silverstone fan filters the only option when it comes to filtering fans/rads mounted on the flex-bays? I don't see any filters from Demcifilter for the front. SM8 case.
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You can get custom Demciflex filters but be warned that they are pretty restrictive (and thus also filter out dust quite well).
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Like uber custom?, because I didn't see front/flex-bay filters on their site. Doth one have to request them specifically?
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Like uber custom?, because I didn't see front/flex-bay filters on their site. Doth one have to request them specifically?

Ya, you pretty much give them measurements of length and breadth and any other special requests and they make the filters for you.
post #8828 of 22275
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Ya, you pretty much give them measurements of length and breadth and any other special requests and they make the filters for you.

$ound$ expen$ive, I'll probably run over to $ilver$tone
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Are the Silverstone fan filters the only option when it comes to filtering fans/rads mounted on the flex-bays? I don't see any filters from Demcifilter for the front. SM8 case.
I think this Demciflex filters are made for the flex-bay, you can get a 120.1, 120.2, 120.3, and 120.4
post #8830 of 22275
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Just got my Mercury s5 in. Just a few things to note.

1. Is there a manual or some sort of guide on how to assemble the case? I couldn't find on in my box, so it took me about an hour and a half to put mine together(I love it)

2. One of the pieces came bent, So i couldn't screw in on of the screws in the back. Will the guys at caselabs send me a new piece, or do I have to stick with a bent piece. Its totally cosmetic, but if in the future I order a full window, it will look quite ugly.

3. the top and the drop in mount should really be able to be turned 180 degrees, or at least have an option to offer flipped top radiator mounting.

4. the front panel seems to slide up and down a tad bit, its not really annoying, just something i noticed.

I am overall loving the case, its just unfortunate I didn't get an assembly manual, and that one of the pieces was bent. The box that it shipped in was perfectly intact, so I think it might have been a quality control issue.

I'm moving pretty soon, so I probably wont be able to have any professional photographs, mostly just the ones from my phone. Ill post those later.

Id give the case a 9.5/10, while it is absolutely remarkable, the case still has a few little points that I am concerned about. .5 deducted for the bent piece that is attached to the drive cages, and the inability to orient the top drop in mount 180 degrees.

Sorry for the trouble, I will address your comments in order.

1. There should have been a manual with the case, and we can send you a PDF version if you like.

2. If anything was damaged we will of course send replacements parts. I can assure you though that there is no way we would have package a part like this. People have a tendency to assume just because the box doesn't look damaged that we must have packed it like that, but this is simply not the case.

3. The mount can be flipped around, however it's the top cover that can't be flipped around. We have discussed this on the forum multiple times, but basically it would require many parts to have a sort of reverse version.

4. There is a bit of play in the clips which is why the front cover can shift slightly, but it will stay in place.

We are very happy to hear you like the case despite the problems you had. Assuming you have emailed CS we will get this taken care of ASAP thumb.gif
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