Accessories and Documentation
All of the hardware offered comes in their own bags to help things along. We find fan screws, PSU and ODD screws, motherboard screws, an extra thumbscrew, and the HDD screws to use with the 3.5-inch drives.
There were also two large adjustable tie straps, a plastic clip to use with them, a motherboard speaker, and five smaller adjustable wire ties. At the bottom are two plastic clips that are used on one side of 2.5-inch drives so that they may snap in and lock onto the top of the main drive rack or the optional plate.
This is the optional plate we have been mentioning. This allows the conversion of all of the front bays into an open space that one could hang a single 120mm or 140mm AIO from. We were going to doctor this up and add a fan, but normal fan screws will not fit. We asked about this and were told that larger holes allowed some of the competitors' AIOs to vibrate in the chassis with larger holes, so these are kept smaller for the screws sent with all of the AIO kits available.
We also were not given an instruction manual or any form of a guide. The thing is, even without any form of instructions, the Urban SD1 is so easy to figure out and straightforward in its design. Even the most amateur PC builder can make it through the build process without much hassle at all.
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