Hardware & Documentation
All of this hardware is bagged by type, and Corsair made sure we had more than enough. There is a standoff to replace the stud already in the motherboard tray, a handful of standard fan screws, and a bunch of countersunk M3 screws for 2.5" drive mounting. At the bottom, we have four long fan screws, screws to lock the HDD trays into the cage, and 6/32 screws for the motherboard and PSU installations.
Inside of the box, there is also a set of six zip-ties to help with wire maintenance, and we also see an Allen wrench which is used to remove the tempered glass. The wrench is found with the paperwork, inside of a bag, which is outside of the case. This way you have access to the glass removal, without having to figure out how to get it through the PSU opening or something.
The manual is thorough and will get anyone through the build. There is a parts list, exploded diagram, step-by-step instruction, and a wire guide to ensure any questions that could come up are answered. In the US there is a two-year warranty, and we all know this is against defects or failures of parts, but Corsair included the warranty information for Australia in another little booklet.
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