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So I have recently bought my 760t and I am preparing to migrate my current pc into this new case. So I download the manual to get an idea of what to do and there was one thing I wasn't sure of. So in the psu installtion the instructions given are

'Align holes and secure the PSU with screws'

 

However unlike every other component that specifies which screws it does not with the power supply. Which screws do you use?? Looking at the screw list I seen nothing that said psu as you can see in the following picture

http://puu.sh/bctBB/870c66fc7b.png

Also the stealth optical drive bay has be a little confused. They mention that you should remove the 5.25" Bay cover to install your optical disk drive. However I read on a review this

 

Installing an optical drive is a breeze as well; that is, if you do it right. You do not have to remove the individual drive-bay cover because of the stealth cover, although I did so by mistake. This goes to show that you should be able to forgo this feature if you like. Pull the entire front off before putting the drive of your choice in instead.

 

So than if it's eaiser to just pull the front of how exactly does that work in this case is it as simple just pulling the thing off?

 

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Hi Matthew,

 

You should be able to use the screws labeled 'MBD/HDD Screws' in the manual to screw in the PSU.

 

With regards to the bay covers, it is recommended to remove the covers so that you can slide any 5.25 inch device from the outside and into the case. You would insert the drive until you hear a clicking sound which is made from the tool-less latch so that you know that the drive is firmly in place. To remove, push the tool-free tab to release the drive.

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Hi Matthew,

 

You should be able to use the screws labeled 'MBD/HDD Screws' in the manual to screw in the PSU.

 

With regards to the bay covers, it is recommended to remove the covers so that you can slide any 5.25 inch device from the outside and into the case. You would insert the drive until you hear a clicking sound which is made from the tool-less latch so that you know that the drive is firmly in place. To remove, push the tool-free tab to release the drive.

 

Well this work with any optical disk drive?

Also when removing the stealth optical bay cover do you just pull it out and than replace it?

 

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Well this work with any optical disk drive?

Also when removing the stealth optical bay cover do you just pull it out and than replace it?

 

Thanks

 

This should work on any optical disc drive that adheres to 5.25 form factor specifications.

 

The optical bay cover that is latched can be removed by pushing the latches on each side inwards and popping it out. You would need to remove it from the inside of the case, however and pop it out that way.

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  • 2 years later...
In the process of reading this thread I was trying to remove the cover and it was impossible the manual only says remove it. It doesnt tell you at all that if you push it a certain way it would break and thats exactly what happened. My pully system that allows it to go up and down completly broke. I am extremely upset that I spend over 100 dollars on this case and now that this optical drive cover is broken the case looks terrible. The optical drive was one of the last parts I was putting in and now I have to remove everything and try and ship it back for a replacment.
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