Workmanship And Assembly
Installing the motherboard and the drives couldn't be simpler. In the process, you must look out for sharp edges - some of them have not been deburred. Care is also advisable when mounting the 5.25" drives. The intended snap-off points for the protective strips leave behind edges that can leave a nasty cut.
Installing the motherboard and the drives is unproblematic.
The rails are screwlessly connected to the drives
The tough plastic rails isolate acoustically
Sharp edges and corners result at the snap-off points
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