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Originally Posted by RoW;13774199 
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.

The cases are already set up for that configuration. You have the option to use whichever you like as there are standard mounting for fans/drives and then there's flexbay mounting for fans/drives.

You can have drives on both sides, if you want.
post #92 of 137
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...Should I remove it? Oh, Jim, how's the dual row 5.25 bays doing? I want to see it implemented on the 2nd gen M8/M10. I think it adds lots of flexibility to the case.
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Originally Posted by XNine;13774566 
The cases are already set up for that configuration. You have the option to use whichever you like as there are standard mounting for fans/drives and then there's flexbay mounting for fans/drives.

You can have drives on both sides, if you want.

I think you didn't got me, I meant 5.25" Drives, not HDD's.
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Jim's testing that right now on the TX10. I think it's a great idea.
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post #95 of 137
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Originally Posted by thegamer36;13772881 
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-logs/948120-fshizls-extravaganza-build-3.html#post12530170

Thanks.

Sorry, but that's one thing I know we won't be doing. They would rarely be in the "right" place, or the center panel would look like Swiss cheese. If you needed the hole to be located 1/2" over you would be SOL.

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post #96 of 137
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Originally Posted by Case Labs;13775090 
Sorry, but that's one thing I know we won't be doing. They would rarely be in the "right" place, or the center panel would look like Swiss cheese. If you needed the hole to be located 1/2" over you would be SOL.

Best regards

I am going to be doing this as well. The holes I am drilling are in a completely different place than the build you linked to and also different from where werds drilled them in his build. I am trying to keep the top and bottom clear for rads/ fans etc so I haven't decided on the best spot for mine yet, but I will def put them in.

I'm a big time case modding newbie so werds gave me a great little tutorial on how he drilled them in his case that I can share if you or anyone else wants. Werds deserved some rep for it but you can't rep+ a PM lol. Thanks werds smile.gif

Just an FYI, you might not be near as nervous as I am drilling holes in a $500 case....
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post #97 of 137
Here is werds message to me on what he used and which type of quick disconnect.
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Here is the info you asked about the Unibit.

Uni-Bit #4


day21and22mh10buildlog0.jpg

I used that specific bit purchased from Home Depot
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Here is the QDC that will be right below the motherboard tray.

qdcmadness008.jpg

And the BP compression fitting on the opposite end.

qdcmadness011.jpg



I then tubed up the PSU side of the loop. I used 20mm extenders and then a pair of BP compression fittings.

qdcmadness012.jpg

qdcmadness013.jpg

Now inside the above spoiler is a snip from my build log showing one of the panel version QDC's as you can see I was able to attach a normal compression fitting on the other side - the only negative I see there is that there is some thread showing on the QDC- but nothing that isn't hidden after install anyways.

Also - after initial hole take your time, stop wipe off excess aluminum, then continue widening the hole. This way it doesn't scratch the paint and so you do not make the hole too wide in the process. smile.gif otherwise it was like using a hot knife on a stick of butter!
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Hey, quick question...Can you tell me what you used to drill the quick disconnects into the CaseLabs case(type of drill bit, size, etc)? I really want to do this on my build but want to make sure I don't screw it up lol.
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Originally Posted by werds 
You can either get the one that says panel barb or the one that has 3/4" inch or g 1/4 end. You might want to get the g 1/4 or 3'4" one as those can be used elsewhere in the loop. I ended up with panel ones but not by choice, more so out of mistake lol. The reason you can get any one you want is that with the Uni-bit you can drill the exact size for either one!
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Is this the type of QDC you need? The ones that say Panel barb?

http://www.koolance.com/water-cooling/product_info.php?product_id=886
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post #98 of 137
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Originally Posted by RoW;13774643 
I think you didn't got me, I meant 5.25" Drives, not HDD's.

Ah, ok. Gotcha. Sorry for the confusion. frown.gif
post #99 of 137
Change nothing!!!! LoL

Not sure if this has been mentioned, but maybe an option for a second mobo tray on the PSU side. It would make it boxier, but if you're thinking of adding 5.25" bays for that side, might as well add the second mobo tray. Im prolly out to lunch!

Oh.... add side panel 5.25 inch bay options. That would be slick. I always have the side panel facing me, and Im too fat and lazy to stand up to change my DvD, which is on the front.

But really, these cases don't need to be changed.
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What, you mean the reverse ATX layout thing where the expansion slots are on top and the CPU's on the bottom?
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