Hardware & Documentation
Most of the hardware is separated to help beginning users to keep all of the bits in easy to find bags. There are PSU screws, standoffs, and motherboard or HDD 6-32 screws along the top. The lower row contains screws for 2.5" drive mounting, a set of extra fan screws, and a set of four pan head screws to use with the 2.5" drive tray.
In the larger bag which contained the previous smaller six bags of hardware, we also found these. Rosewill delivers five zip-ties to help with wire management, and they also send along a socket to drive in the motherboard standoffs.
The manual is dressed up a bit with its shiny coating and image of the Himars on the front. Inside of it, there is a parts list to ensure everything is there before the build starts. After that, you find renderings and brief text descriptions to aid in installing all of the main components, as well as optional fans and what radiators are supported.
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