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Retention Clips Replacement


Furry_Oz

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Im about to Cry!:(: I have lost the 4x plastic motherboard retention clips for the Nautilus 500 system. Anyone know where I can get replacement for these. Otherwise the whole thing is useless.

 

I think the technical term for them in the manual is ( 4 pc. standoff) :-)

 

Thanks for you help.

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If you are talking about the bracket that comes with the Kit then you can ask our customer service, but if you are talking about the bracket that is on the MB then I am not sure where you can get it. You can send an email to warranty@corsairmemory.com and ask them but include your Name Address and Phone number in the mail.
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Furry Oz,

 

If you have an INTEL socket-T LGA-775, then check out this link for the four plastic hold-down clips. These are the official OEM clips. Best of all, they are only $2 from Intel. However, the shipping cost is a little more. ;) So buy two packs instead. One to use and the other as a spare. :)

 

http://shop.intel.com/shop/product.asp?pid=SIPS1052&pfid=116&pindex=1&mscssid=78D2EFD2VXPC8K6T73HFRDK7JJ6GC735

 

http://shop.intel.com/shop/product/images/SIPS1052_L.jpg

 

Peace!

 

Stev

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Those standoffs look similar to the http://www.microplastics.com products found here: https://secure.microplastics.com/detail.aspx?fam=1&part=94&sec=%ee%82%bd%ef%85%85%ea%99%a8%ef%99%8c%ed%90%a0%ea%9b%a3%e2%a0%96%e7%99%92

 

There are a half dozen companies that make these products globally. Many can be purchased off of the internet for a few dollars if a handful is needed.

 

Peace!

 

Stev

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NP actually if there is a hardware store that caters to hobbyist you can can just about any thing you need, I would run the screw from the bottom up and use a screw to hold them in place and then use another screw to secure the bracket.
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