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Old 10-30-2019, 02:48 PM
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Default Question about magnets and pc


I’m trying to find out if it’s safe to use magnets behind my motherboard tray . I’ve attached magnets to the back of the commander pro and rgb hub and stuck them behind the motherboard tray on the evolv x where the ssd trays usually are and wanted to know if it is safe or not.

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Old 10-30-2019, 03:41 PM
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As long as you keep the magnets away from any mechanical/spindle based hard drives, you are good. And where those are placed in the EvolvX, you are good.

I'm a big fan of magnets to attach CoPros, NoPros, Fan Hubs and all other sorts of things. In fact, my CoPro in my EvolvX case is in the exact same place ... with magnets.
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