3.5" HDD installation itself is simple, attach a mounting clip to both sides and slide the drive into the unit like so:
Just push it into the cage until it clocks and that's where its secured. The HDD mounts into four little pins which have rubber protection to prevent resonating noises. You can lead your cabling through the backside of the chassis.
Optical drives are easy too install as well, in fact .. a little too easy ? :) Slide it into the bays, line up the pins and slide the lever to lock.
The little green PCB is for the X-Dock. Just connect a Molex cable and a SATA cable to it and you have an easy top use hot swappable HDD bay for 3.5" devices. Typically the XDocks are visible. It's located BEHIND the door once again to prevent noise, clever.
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