Hardware & Documentation
To ease the build process as much as possible, the provided hardware is sent in clearly marked bags. The first bag of screws is used to mount the PSU, while the next group of screws secures HDDs into their trays. There are no optical bays, so the next bag is used for 2.5" drive mounting only, and that leaves the last bag, which is full of screws to mount the motherboard into the pre-installed standoffs.
With a lot of ways to run the wiring, and many tie points offered, we are pleased to see Anidees sends along ten zip-ties to help manage things, making it easier to replace the side glass panel. We are also sent an additional five standoffs, which can replace ones you may strip over time, or use with Extended-ATX motherboard installations.
The installation guide is short and sweet but gets most of what you need to know across with images and limited text. On this side of the paper, we see the chassis, we then see how to remove the side panels, and it then moves quickly into the PSU and motherboard installations.
Flipping the insert over, things continue with the build process. This time, they show add-in card installations, and how to install drives into it as well. Along the bottom, we find a rendering mentioning the water cooling limitations, and it all ends with an image showing how to replace the panels onto the AI Crystal. While this is basic in nature, it will get you through a build quickly, and with clearly marked bags, it is hard to screw things up.
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