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Wish the PSU Side, when installed with a side-mounted rad, a 120mm fan can still be installed on the front panel for the intake of more fresh air.

Also a taller extended top for fat rads, the current version limits a push/pull for fat rads, forcing you to buy the larger T10, then when you get the T10, with push/pull for fat rads with an extended top, there's a unused space since only thing you can put there is 120mm fans or 120mm fans plus slim rads.

So maybe a taller extended top for people who want to use fat rads or a shorter one for 120mm fans plus slim rads.
Well the current extended top fits perfectly if you either put only a fat rad up top (like an RX480 for example fits perfectly). OR the same extended top has exactly the correct amount of space if you use a standard 120mm fan and a swiftech rad.

So being able to do push pull is possible if you choose the correct WC gear.
    
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So being able to do push pull is possible if you choose the correct WC gear.
The choice of a correct WC gear should not be determined by the case but by the customer who want what he want to put inside a case. Just as I've said, it's limiting only for consumers who wants "fat" rads w/ a p/p fan config.
 
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The choice of a correct WC gear should not be determined by the case but by the customer who want what he want to put inside a case. Just as I've said, it's limiting only for consumers who wants "fat" rads w/ a p/p fan config.
Let's start by recognizing that every case made imposes restrictions of some type. Even the TX10 has restrictions - it can "only" hold seven 140.4's (it can actually do more, but then you would be "forced" to buy more equipment). So what are the other restrictions? It's huge and won't fit under your desk and by its nature, it's expensive.

We may come up with a larger extended top, but one of our design edicts is that our products have to be as bulletproof as possible. So far, I'm not satisfied with the results. The main reason for the extended top was to (a) give the M10 enough headroom to mount a rad on the MB side and (b) to preserve the investment our customers have made in our cases by offering them more options for growth without needing to buy a new case. That's also why the pedestal exists - to help protect the initial investment. It also allows a cooling solution that is much more isolated.

BTW, the T10 has so much room (over 6" above the MB) that the extended top really isn't necessary unless you're doing something unusual (shrouds with 38's?) or you simple want the space for some other purpose.

This is a "wish list" however, so your input is most certainly appreciated and gives us the feed back we need to build better cases, so thank you. We are also looking into the side mount issue to see if it might be possible to make a change without hitting the door handle.

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1. Cable holes in the MoBo tray (Like in the 800D for example). This isn't that important for the M8/M10, but I'd love to see that on alle HPTX tray's, since cable managment with e.g. an EATX board is horrible on your current HPTX tray
2. Horizontal MoBo tray
3. Small windows instead of the ventilated sides (as an upgrade)
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1. Cable holes in the MoBo tray (Like in the 800D for example). This isn't that important for the M8/M10, but I'd love to see that on alle HPTX tray's, since cable managment with e.g. an EATX board is horrible on your current HPTX tray
That's something we'll consider. I can see how that would be helpful.

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2. Horizontal MoBo tray
That would require a different form factor for the case (wider), so it would be a major redesign - something we'll consider in the future.

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3. Small windows instead of the ventilated sides (as an upgrade)
That is already an option on the M8/M10: "standard window".

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1. Cable holes in the MoBo tray (Like in the 800D for example). This isn't that important for the M8/M10, but I'd love to see that on alle HPTX tray's, since cable managment with e.g. an EATX board is horrible on your current HPTX tray
I would love to see this one as well.

Is it possible to add pass through holes in parts of the case (1 above motherboard, 1 below motherboard, 1 to the right of the motherboard) similar to this build below? This would allow us to easily add Quick Disconnects and such.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-build...l#post12530170

Thanks.
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I would love to see this one as well.

Is it possible to add pass through holes in parts of the case (1 above motherboard, 1 below motherboard, 1 to the right of the motherboard) similar to this build below? This would allow us to easily add Quick Disconnects and such.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-build...l#post12530170

Thanks.
Just drill them yourself. Not everyone wants those in their build. Since the case is made of aluminum drilling the whole is just as easy as drilling through wood.
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Just drill them yourself. Not everyone wants those in their build. Since the case is made of aluminum drilling the whole is just as easy as drilling through wood.
But would that void the warranty?
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4. Change the Frontpanel (Fans on the MoBo Side, Drive Bays on the PSU Side). This would improve cooling and looks of the MoBo Side while loosing nothing and should be pretty easy to do.
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Updating...

Edit: Finished. I didn't forget about this thread.
Edited by HybridCore - 6/6/11 at 1:12pm
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