This is a PSU support mount for the all MAGNUM case lines (M8,M10,MH10,T10,TH10(A),SMH10,STH10, SMA8 and TX10) The PSU support bracket reduces strain on the mounting threads of long & heavy power supplies. Not required, but can be helpful on 1000+ watt PSU's. PSU mounting tape is included to help reduce vibration. Specify standard or reverse orientation for standard or reverse ATX cases except STH10 Cases, see note below.
Single Wide MAGNUM Cases - Uses either Standard or Reverse PSU support mounts. Standard ATX layout - the Standard PSU Mount installs on the cable management side, and the Reverse PSU mount installs on the MB side. Reverse ATX layout - the Standard PSU Mount installs on the MB side, and the Reverse PSU mount installs on the cable management side.
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Posted by Unknown on 22nd Nov 2015
Dont by this case with aut this psu suport
Covers cable cut out
Posted by Neil on 16th Aug 2015
Supports psu well however in STH10 when mounted in upper mother board side it covers cable routing hole, whereas the psu without the mount does not. As with all the accessories purchased with this case there are no instructions on how to install them
Don't buy a big PSU without it
Posted by dr Karron on 14th Mar 2015
Bigger is betterer, but where to put your bigness?
Let it hang out the back, jack, with a new plan, stan, with this supporting bracket and let your power bling shine, let it shine, oh, baby set it shine.
It's a shame that PSU technology is getting better so bigger PSU's are pure ding ding bling but with this bracket you can support your oversized ding a dong for a song.
Posted by Ted on 1st Mar 2015
Excellent mount for the PSU.
Solid support even for huge PSUs
Posted by Marco on 13th Feb 2015
I always thought that standard PSUs holes on the back of the case were more than enough to mount huge PSUs like my EVGA 1200P SuperNova, so I kinda envisioned this PSU Support just like a cool accessory to have.
Man I was wrong.
In his simplicity this is truly a really ingenious way to offer proper support for all those long PSUs. This is one of the most important accessory of the entire CaseLabs lineup and it truly helps to reduce strain on the PSU's mounting threads. Also it comes with a thick rubber band that you can cut to lenght and attach to the metal plate, to ensure that no vibrations from the PSU fan are transmitted to the case.
A must have for all the PC enthusiasts.
Posted by Gary Murphy on 29th Oct 2014
Excellent foundation for those heavy power supply units. Provides peace of mind knowing the PSU is fully supported inside the case.
great product lacking support for psu
Posted by JT on 6th Oct 2014
Great quality product as always from CL.
Made of thick aluminum, easy assembly. PSU lie sideways.
The only thing is the PSU does not rest on the support. I know CL
provided the sponge but they are 2 thin strips. In the end I used my own sponge which is thicker as well for full support of the PSU.
Perhaps CL should provide such a sponge to cover the entire base of the PSU support. I am using the super flower 1200w platinum PSU.
[CaseLabs: Thank you for your review. The PSU support does allow for some adjustment, so please be sure that is has been. It should have a tight fit with the strips provided.]
Great for Larger PSU's!!!!
Posted by Joe on 14th Jul 2014
A have 2 PSU's in my TH10A Case. A Corsair AX1500i (Which is HUGE) and a Corsair AX1200i PSU which is also Pretty Large! And the mounts hold them up with NO Problems!!! They even come with sticky Back Mounting tape to reduce Any Vibrations!
A Must Have Item!!!
Posted by Mark on 2nd Jun 2014
Got this to support Seasonic X-1250, however the bracket sits about 1/4" below the PSU not supporting any weight. Not so good for me.
[CaseLabs: The PSU Mount is designed to sit 1/16" below the the PSU to provide space for the foam padding tape that is provided with the kit. Contacting our customer service department is a quick way to clarify things like this and save frustration - thanks!]
More option is always better
Posted by Christophe on 16th May 2014
I didn't feel like putting the EVGA 1300G2 with only four screws, it's not absolutely necessary, but it's nice to have the option.
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