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Can i remove front bracket in abkoncore cronos 650 case?

Rnk

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Halo guys, i wanna ask can the front panel bracket for fan case be removed? The case is abkoncore cronos 650.
I want to remove it for better airflow. Picture below is the bracket
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The mesh areas in the middle are break-away panels. Much like PIC-e covers on the back of budget cases. If you twist the sections, the tiny tabs on the sides will break, allowing them to come out, but for good!
 

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The mesh areas in the middle are break-away panels. Much like PIC-e covers on the back of budget cases. If you twist the sections, the tiny tabs on the sides will break, allowing them to come out, but for good!
Oh ok bro thank you so much for the answer. But if it once removed cannot be place again?
 

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Oh ok bro thank you so much for the answer. But if it once removed cannot be place again?
You could "rig" them in somehow, zip-strips maybe, but once removed, there is not a designed way they will go back in.
In order to remove them, you are physically breaking their connection to the rest of the chassis.
 

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You could "rig" them in somehow, zip-strips maybe, but once removed, there is not a designed way they will go back in.
In order to remove them, you are physically breaking their connection to the rest of the chassis.
Ok bro thanks for the info
 
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Knock them out. There's also mounting holes for fans which are far stronger structurally than the flimsy panels.
 
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