Hardware & Documentation
The bulk of the hardware comes separated in individual bags, which are marked as to their intended usage. There are nine motherboard screws, twenty screws for 2.5" drives, and even though it states CD ROM, there are no such bays in this design. Aerocool also provides us with twelve HDD screws and a set of five screws for mounting the PSU with.
Aerocool also wanted to make sure most, if not all, of your wire tending needs are taken care of, and have supplied the P7-C0 with ten zip-ties for this purpose. For those of you who do not have plans to fill this chassis with an ATX motherboard, Aerocool also provides a standoff socket to ease the pain of removing those you do not need.
The manual is a single piece of paper which has been folded into eight sections so that it fits into the hardware box. On one side it shows the chassis, the wiring, a parts list, and starts into how to open the chassis and where to put the PSU. On the reverse, instructions continue with component placement, as well as showing some of the cooling options.
Since we will be showing only one of the many choices, we thought it best to snap an image of the end of the manual too. Here we are shown that by holding in the LED button, we can switch between always on, breathing, and pulsating modes. By quickly pressing the button, you can cycle through the ten color options, where you can select white, navy, purple, pink, red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, or blue as a solid color to be displayed on the front bezel.
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