Hardware & Documentation
In case the extra fans you want to install do not have screws, FSP covers the screws needed for the top of the case. Next to them is the set of 6/32 screws used to install the motherboard and HDDs and there are sixteen in total. At the bottom are the eight PSU screws to secure the plate and the PSU. To the right of them are the M3 screws used just to mount 2.5" drives, and for some reason seventeen of them seemed like a good number, in case you need one extra, or lose one.
FSP also supplies five zip-ties to tend to the wires behind the motherboard tray. While we used way more than what is supplied to complete our build, it is nice to have some to get the build completed and somewhat tidy. The ring of black steel is the PSU mounting plate, which is how users will secure the PSU to the back of the chassis.
The manual or guide from FSP is done on one sheet of glossy paper, which is folded into ten panels. Once open, there is a specifications chart, a parts list, exploded diagram of the chassis, and even instructions for connectivity of the fan hub.. It then goes on into step-by-step instructions for major build components. The back of the guide offers warranty information, warnings, company information, and even a section with a warranty card to fill out for reference later, should an issue arise.