Some punctuation would really help in making what you wrote there understandable.I would not buy the 540 very fragile hit the top to put pins in and it folded one pin all of a sudden popped out above power supply i ended up removing the pin over power supply the seasonic 650 power supply has very rigid cables braided would be better I guess I'll try to bend it back this weekend so be extra careful with yours or at least leave radiator panel on if you pop pins back in great case a little to fragile
Yes check reddit there are several folks in both v1 and v2 that have installed the HWLabs L-Series Stealth 420 radiator (also the Corsair HydroX XR5 420mm radiator fits as its a rebadged HWLabs)Received my SV 590 v2 today in Germany. I had a hard time deciding for Sliger again, after I bought a case some years ago designed by some community member here and manufactured by Sliger, because the quality was bad back then. The more so I am impressed now with the SV 590. The finish is even, no inclusions. No damage from machines. Edges are smooth. There is still a gap to the production quality of what you get with an Ncase or T1 (own them both) and its more expensive than those case, but I get that the production volume is lower - which drives the price. So nevertheless: Good job Sliger. Thank you.
Now to my question:
I wonder about which radiator to choose. From the specs the biggest one is triple 120mm. Width would allow 140mm. Height is around 470mm. That would theoretically also allow triple 140mm. A Hardwarelabs 3x140 radiator is 452mm in height. I know, there would be no clearance to move the connectors of the I/O cables through the gap once the radiator is installed. But if I put those cables in place before installing the radiator, I think the gap would be tall enough for the wires. Did anyone try this before?
Yep, I installed Corsair xr5 420 in v1. You can connect cables comfortably after, even the mains cable. For v1 I had to drill mounting holes myself, but thats already done in v2. Honestly, v2 is vastly superior.