Accessories and Hardware
NZXT includes hardware to make life simple for the end-user. There are 12 screw-less rails for the hard drives bundled to the left. At the top in the middle are the ten optical drive screw-less rails and below that are four rails for the floppy drives. They also include the four PSU screws, nine motherboard risers and the matching screws, and screws for the optical drives if needed, all packaged in handy baggies. In the bottom corner is sixteen, self tapping, fan screws and four black, short fan screws for use in the top or bottom fan. NZXT also includes a sticker that can be applied to hold the tie strap to the back of the case to tidy things up.
The last thing left is the instruction manual. This manual is very easy to follow all the way through the build. NZXT provides good clear images and well written text to allow a pleasurable building experience. I have to say these are actually some of the better written case instructions I have read in quite some time.
This is the hardware I had laying around to use for the build. I'm using an ATX, Foxconn X38A to give good perspective on roominess, IDE drives to see about the layout possibilities and of course four sticks of G.Skill RAM. There isn't a graphics card pictured as I wasn't too sure which cards would fit in the Zero 2.
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