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Scythe FenrisWolf Mid-Tower Chassis - Accessories and Documentation

Whilst reknowned for their prowess in the PC cooling world, Scythe now takes a shot at cases with its first model, the FenrisWolf.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 29, 2009 1:42 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%      Manufacturer: Scythe

Accessories and Documentation

 

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The included instruction manual and checklist is very comprehensive. The entire book is written multilingual, so it makes for a slightly smaller book. The images are perfect and very descriptive by themselves, but if you get stuck, the text walkthrough clears up any questions.

 

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The hardware boxes that were strapped inside the drive rack are here. There are two separated packages, and to be honest I'm not quite sure what is in the second flatter box.

 

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Inside of the smaller box to the left is all the hardware needed to get the components mounted inside the FenrisWolf. All hardware is separated and clearly labeled so there should be no confusion as to which screws get used for what component.

 

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It took a look into the manual for me to figure out exactly what this is. When I looked I had a "facepalm moment", as this turns out to be the HDD adapter for mounting them into a 5.25" bay.

 

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Here is the basic idea of how it works. I will show it assembled in the build in a bit.

 

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