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05-30-2020 05:01 PM
rioja I wonder why they produce such complicated plate from plexiglass but not a simple midplate from aluminum and powder coat in gun metall, black and other standard caselabs colors
I would buy immediate one

Really out of whole Caselabs cases like SMA8 the midplate spare part is one of the most requested due to changing motherboard/graphic card layouts while other parts for radiators pums etc will stay forever

If I understood such a simple thing back in 2015 I would order 3-4 more midplates and would be happy
05-29-2020 04:56 PM
Barefooter
Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
Here's the best picture I could get so far of the Vertical distro plate. This one replaces the dual reservoir mount, but as I mention involves drilling and cutting into the case. I'd love a distro plate that left the case mint but all seem to want to drill or cut the case up
Thanks for the pic!

Looks interesting.
05-29-2020 03:08 PM
Shawnb99 Here's the best picture I could get so far of the Vertical distro plate. This one replaces the dual reservoir mount, but as I mention involves drilling and cutting into the case. I'd love a distro plate that left the case mint but all seem to want to drill or cut the case up
05-25-2020 02:13 PM
skupples i'd rock it.
05-25-2020 02:05 PM
rioja
Quote: Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post
I have seen the S8 distribution plate, but never saw the one you linked actually installed in a case though.

Would love to see one installed if anyone has a pic please post it.
I found only one example of mid plate, I guess it's their panel
05-25-2020 07:39 AM
Shawnb99
[Official] Case Labs Owners Club

Quote: Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post
I have seen the S8 distribution plate, but never saw the one you linked actually installed in a case though.

Would love to see one installed if anyone has a pic please post it.

It’s actually a new design and I don’t think has been put into anything yet. I know singularity is doing a build with one but it’s not finished atm

Am looking at one myself but it involves cutting and drilling into the case

This is said to replace the dual reservoir mount.
05-25-2020 07:31 AM
Barefooter
Quote: Originally Posted by rioja View Post
I know only one manufacturer which still produces spare parts for caselabs (3 types of distro plates)

https://www.singularitycomputers.com...ibution-plate/

Well I saw somewhere luminous panels on top of midplate but you can’t drill it as I understand
I have seen the S8 distribution plate, but never saw the one you linked actually installed in a case though.

Would love to see one installed if anyone has a pic please post it.
05-24-2020 07:52 PM
rioja
Quote: Originally Posted by trainplane3 View Post
Any place to get a new/replacement/remade reservoir plate? I'm thinking about getting a new res setup and the holes I have drilled in mine probably won't line up.

I know only one manufacturer which still produces spare parts for caselabs (3 types of distro plates)

https://www.singularitycomputers.com...ibution-plate/

Well I saw somewhere luminous panels on top of midplate but you can’t drill it as I understand
05-24-2020 06:12 PM
trainplane3 Any place to get a new/replacement/remade reservoir plate? I'm thinking about getting a new res setup and the holes I have drilled in mine probably won't line up.
05-20-2020 10:54 AM
lkramer
Quote: Originally Posted by chibi View Post
Was it shipped flat packed, or assembled?
I shipped it flat packed. Still, it was a huge box (23 x 21 x 10 in) and weighed 35 lbs.
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