Zalman HD160 HTPC System Case Review. Page 7
[03/23/2006 06:32 PM | Cases/PSU]
by Vasily Melnik
Today we would like to introduce to you a new HT PC case from Zalman. The case can be stuffed with quite an advanced configuration which could not only play media files, but also cope with the latest gaming titles which look much prettier on a big screen than on an ordinary PC monitor. Find out more about this new exciting solution from our detailed review.
You should install the optical drive before the mainboard – doing it in the reverse order would be inconvenient. First, put the included faceplate on the drive:
It is fastened with two-sided scotch. First you remove the default faceplate:
Then you stick the new faceplate onto the drive tray:
Then you just put to drive down into the appropriate bay:
The faceplate is a little wider than the device itself, so it is firmly fixed after you insert it – there’s no need for further fastening.
You don’t have to dismantle the cage to install the drive – just unfasten the two top screws and you can easily insert it there.
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