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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    When I didn't have the PSU to the front, I had Kraken x62 (280mm) and H115i Pro (280mm) radiator to the front. It does indeed work. But it depends on your GFX too. depends how long it is, because it might not get enough access, depending on what card it is. I got Vega Frontier Edition GFX, it...
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    Corsair's latest AiO got thinner pump/heatsink. The only difference with the latest AiO's from Corsair is that they use Asetek V6 pump, Kraken uses Asetek v5 pump. I'm not sure what the difference was entirely, between these two pumps. But I think it is that V6 had a function with RGB. V5...
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    No, you won't even have 0.5mm wriggle room, space. It'll be a tight-fit against the pump/heatsink. Well, that was at least how it was with me, when I used HX1200i. I had somewhat the same dilemma as you. But I didn't use any more than a Vega Frontier and i9 9900K (Not an enthusiast chip, nor an...
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    I've used an ATX PSU in the Cerberus X, with Kraken X62 cooler. My PSU was HX1200i. I don't recommend it. I changed my PSU and my AiO later. Now I'm using SFX SF750 and Corsair H115i Pro. When you use an ATX PSU with the Kraken, the pump/heatsink top goes against the PSU very tightly. It...
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    I understand the excitement. Sorry. I hope you get the problem solved soon.
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    You could call or e-mail Sliger. Maybe those on Discord knows how to remedy your problem, if you need a quick solution.
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    They got out for me with ease. But you should always use good screw drivers. Don't want to ruin the shape of the screw, because then it'll be difficult to take them out.
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    Sorry, I didn't understand you correctly. I removed the hinge easily. Didn't have any problems with it. Unless, you mean you want to remove the back screws of the hinge, those that are on the left side of the case. Well, those aren't really screws. But you lift the hinge upwards, and slowly...
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    Do you know what size of the plexiglass you need? I wonder if one could put 3M command velcro strips on the edges of the acrylic plexiglass, for the inside, and then attach it to the panel. I literally use command strips for everything. They're easy to take off, and to put on. I love the...
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    Oh it is already cut for the glass. Sorry, I guess I misunderstood.
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    That’s great. But wouldn’t that ruin the nice powder coating. Or you are probably going to re-apply it on the edges. Perhaps regular paint will do. Idk. Could be relatively easy to cut with a dremel multi-tool and then get some acrylic plexi glass from eBay or something. Interesting project.
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    There are certain parts you can get by emailing Sliger. I'm not sure if this is one of them. But it wouldn't hurt to ask, I assume.
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    @KSliger There will most likely be no USB-C and audio bracket anytime soon. But I know you guys have worked on it. Assuming there are drawings or CAD work on it of some sort. Is it possible to get those, so we can make it ourselves or by someone?
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    Well, you could mount it anywhere to the front or bottom. But if to the front It'll most likely be to the side, and not laid down. I've never really heard of anyone installing the 3.5" Drive bay bracket on the PCI expansion tabs. I guess it could somehow work, if it is tight and snugly fit...
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    Chimera Industries Cerberus: The 18L, mATX, USA-made enclosure

    Seems like a good advice. Because Zero RPM stops after 56% load, which would be 330w for SF750. And of course, the factors you've mentioned above is something to think about. And according to this calculation from a PSU calculator site, with the specs Jibbajabbawockers listed, the load...