Hardware & Documentation
The hex head screws on the left are to be used when it comes to mounting the power supply and are also what is used to support expansion cards. Keep in mind; there are not enough screws to fill all of the slots. The M3 screws to the right are to be used for motherboard installation and the various drive locations.
AZZA also send a motherboard speaker, which is something we do not see often. They also send a pair of silver screws to lock the HDD trays into the cage, and we also get the other three standoffs missing from the motherboard tray, but no socket to help drive them.
The manual is nothing surprising, but it does provide users with most of the information needed to get through a build inside of the Photios 250. The directions are handled mainly with renderings, accompanied by statements which are as brief as possible.
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