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I had a STYX and loved it! One person that I know of did flip it around so it was in its traditional position. They had to glue something if I recall correctly. Other than that it was very doable.

Sadly I cannot find this info now for some reason.
 

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I currently have a Parvum but I am getting a little tired of the major disassemble I have to go through to do the slightest thing. Not a case for a tinkerer by any means. Been looking for a new case for a while now and this has pretty much come out on top given I don't like black cases and I would not pay the silly money Lian Li wants for it's PC-O6S.
 

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With the STYX a SFX PSU isn't required but I highly recommend one! You'll be very disappointed with its cable management and the smaller PSU will free up enough space to hide wires.
 

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If you have to use ATX than that PSU is about the best solution. If you decide to try the STYX you'll see what I mean about its severe lack of cable management.

I live the case and if I would have kept mine I too would have flipped the tray around.
 
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