Included with the chassis is a small box with stand-offs, screws, tie wraps and HDD retention clips. Now shown on the photo, but there also is a small manual with a detailed description of the most primary features of the Scout 2 Advanced.
The chassis is designed to be tool free so you can just insert the clips, and slide in the HDD. Very flexible yet sturdy is the way I'd describe them. You place one on each side obviously.
Pop in the HDD which rests on rubber mounts prevents the system from resonating noises, slide back the HDD and it's secured. This advanced edition has an extra HDD cage, the top 1st HDD cage can be removed, to support monster VGAs like the NVIDIA GTX 690 and AMD HD 7990.
Also at the bottom we can see two additional dust filters, just slide them out and clean them. Very handy. To prevent the system from residual resonating noises, the bottom of the chassis has sincerely good rubber feet so that the chassis won't silently vibrate away from you while using.
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