Yeah. Opps I should have done better research. A quick trip to Microcenter to pick up some different RAM and all is well. Glad I hadn't stopped at UPS prior to reading the message above.
Two 35mm thick AIOs is a tight squeeze but everything is working great.
For the Ncase m1, without having to mod anything I believe the adapter will only work with boards that have the m.2 slot laid flat on the front and there is only currently one motherboard that offers that. That board is the Asrock x99-eitx.
It looks like the dual Fury X card will perform nicely with that Silverstone SFX 700.
Cross Fired Fury X's with a 3960x had a total system output of just under 600watts during peak gaming load according to PCPER.
Definately leaves the door open for a M1 build with X99 and Fury X2, just leaves...
Thanks. Now I know my plans will work without modification.
Now that I know my media server will work in the M1. I just have to play the waiting game to see if the Silverstone 700watt SFX-L will successfully power a dual Fury card. Hopefully those two are launched around the same time.
To answer your question, yes you can mount HDDs in the bottom. Somewhere in this thread there is a picture of a yellow themed M1. It has two WD Black 4TB drives in a bracket mounted in the bottom with a short video card. Edit: I completly missed you wanted to mount four in the bottom. It looks...