Hardware & Documentation
In the small bag of hardware, we found the mounting goodies. There are three standoffs, three of the four left side HDD screws we were supposed to get, and the four right-side HDD thumb screws at the top. Across the bottom, we run into the six hex head screws for the PSU and two for the expansion slots, seventeen M3 screws for the motherboard and SSDs, and a single screw to lock in the expansion slot cover on the outside of the case.
We also found that there is a single replaceable expansion slot cover. Since the top expansion slot does not have a cover in it, this can be used to block that hole if the top PCI-e slot is not what you want to use. While glad to see zip-ties, sending four of them to contain all of that wiring, is almost a joke.
The quick user guide starts out with an almost exploded diagram of the case, moves quickly into what the front I/O contains, and then shows us a parts list. After that, there is step-by-step instruction to installing principal components, as it ends with a chart of the specifications.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Rosewill Orbit-Z1 Mid-Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the Orbit-Z1]
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