Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Darksaber, May 19, 2012.
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You can remove the tray faceplate and this won't happen.
In negative conclusions there is one issue repeated twice: "Side panel behind mainboard tray will pop off if you do route too many cables behind the tray"
Question, you mention watercooling and highend CPU without modding, is this realy an option?
Finally, I don't think this is for laptop subsititution, but for people taking the computer from their room to the living room or a nearby friends house... (or LANparties), as it does not include a monitor screen for working during travels
This is pretty damn cool. I'll definitely use of them for a build if I get the chance.
In situations like this, I just remove the drive tray's cover. They are super easy to pop off, and doesn't really affect the look since it is hidden behind the case's drive bay cover.
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