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confusion about cooler master haf 912

I just opened my case. My mobo and cpu haven't arrived yet, so I obviously wasn't building. I opened the small box that came inside the case, and it had the metal harddrive adaptors. It came wrapped in a paper that said not to open until ready to build. It said something about the metal being corrosive. I had already opened it, but i repacked it. Is this something I really need to worry about? Also, although I bought an antistatic mat and wrist, I didn't use those when I was opening the case because I thought there were no electronics to harm in a case like there are in a mobo. Was I wrong in this?

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  1. There shouldn't be anything to harm in a case... The only things that are electronic are the fans, and if they have no power then it shouldn't matter.
  2. but what about the corrosive metal warning on the hard drive adaptors?
  3. stuffandthings said:
    but what about the corrosive metal warning on the hard drive adaptors?


    I don't see why anything should be corrosive... There are not many things that are so corrosive in cases that they are dangerous. Also, I don't see how placing it in after the build could make a difference.
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    There shouldn't be anything corrosive -or- corrodeable except for in water.

    I wouldn't worry, sounds like silliness.
  5. smeezekitty said:
    There shouldn't be anything corrosive -or- corrodeable except for in water.

    I wouldn't worry, sounds like silliness.


    Yeah completely agreed.
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