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|5th January 2009, 22:34||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
CoolerMaster 4-in-3 Device Module STB-3T4-E1
Do these fit in any ATX-case, or only the original Coolermaster cases? (without modding).
If these do not fit: can anyone suggest a similar product? (anybody got a big (coolermaster) case (with many exposed 5.25 bays) on sale?)
|8th January 2009, 14:38||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: New Bern, NC, USA
I have previously mounted the Coolermaster 4/3 device in an older Lian-Li case with minimum problems - I just couldn't use the included 12cm fan as it interfered with the front bezel. Thermaltake also makes a similar device they call the iCage, it's aluminum but only mounts 3 HDDs (it also includes a 12cm fan). There are also multi-drive cages from IcyDock but I have no working experience with them.
|8th January 2009, 14:52||#3|
Join Date: May 2002
I came across that iCage as well, but as you mention it only provides 3 HDD slots which is a bummer. I also insist on using a 12cm fan (machine is in a room with 'high' ambient temps).
About the IcyDock's: saw them as well but those (at least the one's I saw) were all "backplaned" (& hot swappable) + they don't provide 120mm cooling
I don't need the backplanes (already have those things btw), just need 'cages'.
PS: do you have pics of the CM 4/3 in your Lian-li?
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