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Old 05-11-2020, 01:11 AM
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Default 465x PSU fit

I'm looking into the 465x and although it says it can fit up to 180mm long PSUs I read a review that you probably want to keep it 170mm or under otherwise it makes cable management difficult. Has anyone built using this case with a 180mm PSU? I have a RM1000i and will be needing space for 2 3.5inch HDDs.
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Hey jabso, one thing to consider for length is that if you have a modular PSU, the connectors for the cables add length as well. So, because the drive cage is so close, it becomes very cramped for the cables to come out. A good tip is to not fully install/screw in the PSU right off the bat, so that you are still able to maneuver it and connect the internal cables to the PSU as needed.
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Old 05-12-2020, 08:42 PM
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Thanks for the info. Can the drive cage be moved forward towards the front of the case at all (I won't be using a big radiator up front) or is the default position the furthest it can go?
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