Hardware & Documentation
In this image, we have three types of screws that came with the PC-J60. The small, countersunk, M3 screws are used to mount 2.5" drives to the motherboard tray or inside of the caddy trays. The pan head screws are 6-32 by the thread and are utilized for the motherboard or HDD installations. The last set of hex head screws is used to mount the PSU or 3.5" drives.
In another bag, two sets of screws are found. The two smaller screws are used to mount a Kensington lock loop at the back of the PC-J60. The larger screws are used to install hard drives into the 3.5" drive bays, as they slide into the grommets and keeps them isolated.
Also found in the hardware box were the Kensington lock loop, a motherboard post speaker, a pair of zip-ties, and an adapter which converts native USB 3.0 to USB 2.0, in case your motherboard does not natively support USB 3.0.
The manuals are made of a few sheets of paper folded into a book, which delivers everything one would need to know. It begins showing off features and ends the cover page with a list of components and hardware to be located before you build. The inside offers images and short text descriptions of the steps, but again, should guide anyone through the build process easily.
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