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Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case

Product: Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case
Date: October 31, 2008
Author: Bob Buskirk
Edited By: Jason Greiner
Provided By: Thermaltake
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6
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Installation

Ok now time for installation, first I will install the hard drive. Just slide one of the 6 hard drive bays out and place your hard drive in it. On each side of the hard drive bay you will see 2 rectangular buttons, press them down to secure your hard drive. If you do not trust the buttons you can also screw the hard drive in place via the 2 screw holes on the bottom of the hard drive bay.

Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case
Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case

Next is our DVD-R drive. Pick where you want the drive to go then press the button that says push beside the bay where you want your drive, it will pop open. Take off the front bezel of the case and slide your drive into place. When it is placed correctly, press the tool-less mechanism back in to lock the optical drive into place, very easy.

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Motherboard installation is next and it is easy, just place the standoffs then screw in your motherboard. I also like the tool-less system on the PCI cards, it worked very well and for once I got my video card installed on a tool-less system without breaking it.

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Next is the power supply, which easy screws into the bottom of the case. After it is installed route all of your power connectors. Our power supply connectors were not long enough to go around the back of the case, even with the included extenders the 24pin main power supply connector did not reach so we had to route it through the front of the case.

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Once we have everything else connected there are still a lot of cables laying around behind the motherboard tray. There are zip ties that allow you to tie off the extra cables and then you can close everything off with the C.R.M.3. Definitely makes things look better.

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