15 Case Power Tower Round-Up

Anti-Vibration Rails For Drives

Before you can install the hard drives, you'll have to remove the blue box that contains the rails and screws for the drives. The manufacturer has put some thought into the handling aspect: the screws are threadless; you simply insert them in the rubber grommets and then in the drive holes. This elegant solution separates the hard drives from the case and prevents vibration from being transferred throughout the case.

The drive rails do not come into direct contact with the hard drive.

It's easy to mount the hard drives on the guide rails.

The HDD carriage accommodates five drives.

Siggy Moersch
  • dovah-chan
    after over 10 years this is the first comment on this article
  • Joe_Justiniano
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