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Old 10-13-2018, 10:59 PM
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Question What is this part of the 760T supposed to be for?

Hello, I have a Corsair 760T and I was curious as to what the purpose of these circular holes were since they were not mentioned in the manual. Can they be removed by hand or would I need to use power tools? They seem like they can be used to route cables to the back of the case to me but I am not so sure about that. Thank you in advance.
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Looks like it was mainly used to lock your PC (tie it to something with a combination chain?).

You could probably remove it with a good pair of wire cutters. Otherwise a poweer tool would be more efficient.
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They are for watercooling tubes for external radiators. The "X" is for ease of removal, stick a screwdriver in the hole and bend/twist until the discs snaps away.

The hole lower down should be a Kensington security slot.(Padlock symbol with a K next to the hole)
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