Some information about the configurator
You can choose, what panel you’d like to buy for the case.
The distro is only for custom watercooling, the vented is for aircooling or AIOs.
You can choose what expand you want. Its not important, if you want your case “Uncovered” (you can read about it in the Covering). If you have plans about your case, its a really important pick.
If you have 1 240 radiator, what you want to use for the build, you can choose any large expands. This gives 56mm headroom in the top/bottom of the case for your rads and fans. For 2×240 rads you can go with the double large expands. In that form you got 56mm room both bottom and top etc.
The small expands for drives and fans.
The large expands are for 30mm thick rads + 25mm fans (only with Distro in the front)
The extra large expands are for 45mm thick rads + 25mm fans. (only with Distro in the front)
The double expands let you put your stuff both bottom and top.
Its important because these expands are create a gap the case. If it doesn’t bother you, you can just go with the base modell with no expands, and you can change your case any time you want. But if you didnt like gaps in the case, you can tell us (by choosing the right one for you) and we can cover it for your needs both in the front and in the back.
There is 3 options you can choose:
Oxidian: Matt black powder coat
Glacial: Silverish matt white powder coat
Lagune: Matt deep teal powder coat
You can chose from 2 types of sidepanels:
Vented: 10-15 degrees better in air cooled configurations
Tempered glass: Recommended for watercooled configurations. Better view inside the case, and just a couple degrees warmer than the vented.
The reason behind the 2 type of backpanels are to give even more modularity to the case. The middle plate that holds the components inside the case can be moved sideways. It need a different backpanel in these situations. If you pick the 2 GPU slot backpanel, the middle plate is movig towards the GPU side, and gives more space for cooling the cpu. With the 3 GPU slot backpanel the middle plate is moving to the CPU side, and it provides an extra slot for the GPU, or with burification you can put 2 GPUs side by side.
2 slot GPU backpanel: Works with almost all configs. Recommended for aircooling especially.
Max CPU cooler height: 74mm
Max GPU thickness: 2,75 slot
3 slot GPU backpanel: If you are the kind of enthusiast, who want to get the best performance possible, or you have huge GPU, its for you.
Max CPU cooler height: 54mm
Max GPU thickness: 3,75 slot
If you use the case in expanded form, there will be gaps both in the front and the back. You can chose to cover it and we will give you the exact size panels or distroplates for it, but that way you cant modify your expand anymore. If you chose uncovered you got the gaps, but you can modify your case anytime if you may change your config in the future.
But dont worry, if you chose covered, you can get replacement panels in Accessories
If you watercool your case you need a pump, but you got lucky, we cover both D5 and DDC pumps. The mayor different between them is the shape of the distro. Ex.: You cant put a DDC pump into a D5 bracket so choose wisely.
It only works with watercooling configurations (Front: Distro)