Hardware & Documentation
In a small bag clipped into the optical bays, we find the hardware that AZZA sends with the Titan 240. There are three standoffs to fill all of the motherboard mounting holes, there is a POST speaker for the motherboard, and a pair of screws to lock in the HDD trays.
At the bottom, there are twenty-four M3 screws used for 2.5" drive installations, ODD installations, and motherboard installation. That leaves the six hex-head 6-32 screws for the PSU and expansion slots.
The user manual will show you the parts you should have, explain how to get into the Titan 240, and also covers the installation process. The only thing it is lacking is that there are no mentions of optional cooling, whether fans or radiator placements.
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