You either love them or hate them, but this case utilizes a rail system for the 5.25" drive bays. I was skeptical about them when I first saw it, but after getting them set up I have found that I like it quite a bit.
Setting up the rails takes nothing more than attaching a pair of rails (included with the case) to the device being installed. Each rail is help on by two screws that fit into the existing retention holes that you would normally use to mount the drive into the case. Once the rails are in place, you just slide the device into the space where you want it and it clicks right in. This is really convenient when you want to remove a device. it's no longer a matter of removing both side panels so that you can get at the screws holding it in place. Just remove the front panel and push in on the two retention clips that are on the front portion of the rail system. From there, it's just a small pull on the drive and it's out. This is great when you're like me and always wanting to add new little goodies to help make things run faster or better than before.
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