Posted 17 February 2013 - 05:27 PM
If you are going to only use a couple of drives you can use some anti vibration suspension kits and mount them below the cages. This will allow you to flip the drives and have no cables showing. When I did my 900 I ditched the HDD cages all together and made a few brackets to hold the fans in place. Looks good so far though!
it looks pretty damn good to me too !! it sounds like it's all serviceable and working for ya,....good to go !
Yeah and the more I think back, when I did it that way I actually had used the plastic part of the cages still. It wasn't till I decided to mount a radiator in the front that I made the brackets. The 900 is definitely one of my all time favorite cases, although one of the toughest I have ever modded. Thats why I get all giddy when I see a new post about one being modded lol.
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