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post #11 of 4448 (permalink) Old 01-28-2015, 10:15 PM
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The box is 29" high..18" wide and 22" thick...shipping weight was 44 pounds. It only came with one PSU stand and you can use both sides for a PSU...I wanted to get a second windowed panel and I have not yet tried to get through. You could install two power supplies and i think you could simply add rubber feet to a second psu and it would work fine...its only about a 5mm step. The hard drive cages can be mounted just about anywhere...there are pre-drilled holes everywhere in the case...you could probably suspend them from the radiator grills on top if you wanted.
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Am very tempted... :drool::devil::specool:


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The box is 29" high..18" wide and 22" thick...shipping weight was 44 pounds. It only came with one PSU stand and you can use both sides for a PSU...I wanted to get a second windowed panel and I have not yet tried to get through. You could install two power supplies and i think you could simply add rubber feet to a second psu and it would work fine...its only about a 5mm step. The hard drive cages can be mounted just about anywhere...there are pre-drilled holes everywhere in the case...you could probably suspend them from the radiator grills on top if you wanted.
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post #14 of 4448 (permalink) Old 01-29-2015, 12:49 PM
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Ordering mine next week as replacing my gaming chair is priority ATM!

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The X9 looks interesting at might just be the ticket for a friend of mine since he's on a pretty tight budget. Although there is a superficial resemblance to CaseLabs, having owned one, I can tell you that CL is on a completely different level. People who want that level of quality will pay for it and not cheap out on something like this. I think the real "victim" here might be the 900D. The X9 is more modular, has a removable MB tray, and more radiator capacity at half the price. Look out Corsair rolleyes.gif
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post #16 of 4448 (permalink) Old 01-31-2015, 04:22 PM
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Here are some pics of my close to finished build... before i start custom water cooling!

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Here are some pics of my close to finished build... before i start custom water cooling!
Do you have the HDD cage installed behind the fans on the side?

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yes, i think they did. they just went all in with a full house on the river and it's time for coolermaster/corsair to ante up or fold their hand biggrin.gif
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That's a really nice case. I think I actually like what Thermaltake has done here.



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I've been eyeing the caselabs mercury cases for awhile but I am tempted to get this. My only problem is that I don't like how the front of this case looks.

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