Ahahahahah, if you have played as much I did with this case you will know that the mm cannot be obtained! The TX is 125mm wide, so in any case, it stays ON the side struts.
One thing though, I never tried to REMOVE the side struts and having the radiator floating! With your version, the V1.1 is...
That was already possible! The TX can be pushed inside the front structure, you just need to press a bit 😎
But Forget the 3 A12x25??? Maybe, MAYBE, only if you remove the bracket actually...
Shit, I want to try it now! But in that case, the 3rd A12 is useless! 😂
Ahahahah, that is a good point!!
BUT, it's always better to match the fan flow/static pressure, especially in a push/pull!
Try also to use the higher brackets to mount the radiator, I think also @DrHudacris is using those, and seems it fits???
But wait for his to reply on this! 😂
Well, at 50% I suggest to buy it anyway!
Then, I cannot recommend it because it goes "against" the official specs.
I am happy with it, even with the temporary bulging of the side panel. (I will sand it as well, or I try at least)
Just keep in mind that this is a DIY solution, where the radiator...
that is just related to the radiator manufacturer tolerance.
I had “issues” on mine TX and SE NOT Classic.
I’ve solved it just push strongly the radiator inside. It get scratched, but I don’t care!
I could fit than the third 15mm fan!
There is no point to have the third fan a 25mm one, though...
Ahahahah, well, yes and no! I was curious to see the look on the front, using your new TOP PANEL. Having it 3mm higher, means that you will see another line on the front of the case.
BUT, amazing job man!
I think you have space for the SSD behind the front panel!
BTW, mine with velcro, on the back of the PSU, is the main drive, and reach max 45/46C under load.
In general it use to stays around 40C, but still, the temp are in the LOW side!