Ryan Pace

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  1. I like the "Smoked Grey" the best for a color match. This is one awesome looking build.
  2. I would have to take a look at the XB Evo I still have but I think you're going to be putting a lot of work into it to try to modify. If I remember right there are quite a few structural elements for the X-Docks that share a wall with the 5.25" drive bays. I'll try to remember to get the case out when I get home and take some pics for you to look at. Space is at a premium in these, even though they are large cases.
  3. You won't have any issues with that. The XB Evo will fit just about any power supply.
  4. Shouldn't be any problem at all. Just about any PSU will fit in the box because of the extension.
  5. The protrusions on the spacers are indeed intended to slide inside the holes on the motherboard and then you screw them down. Never had an issue with one at all. I'm not sure what's going on with the USB 3.0 header. It fit my Gigabyte motherboard perfectly. I have the adapter and a single 3.5" HDD in the drive cage so I'm not sure about the angle you mentioned. I don't think I'd have an issue putting two 3.5" HDDs in mine though.
  6. I've had both so here you go. The drive bay is the only difference. Everything else on these two cases is exactly the same. HAF XB: 2 - 5.25" drive bays 2 - X-Docks capable of either a 2.5 or 3.5" HDD or SSD 1 - 2.5" HDD/SSD cage that has rails to hold four (4) 2.5" drives 6 Drives total HAF XB Evo 2 - 5.25" drive bays 2 - X-Docks capable of either 2.5 or 3.5" HDD or SSD 1 - 3.5" HDD/SSD cage that has rails to hold two (2) 3.5" HDDs or four (4) 2.5" SSD/HDDs with adapters. One 3.5" to 2.5" x 2 adapter is included with the case. Up to 6 Drives total The hard drive cages aren't swappable between the two cases without modification because the screw holes don't line up at all.