For your 5.25" storage devices, you simply slide in and click them shut with a simple lock mechanism. Nothing complex.
For 3.5" storage devices such as the traditional hard drive, you'll spot two cages. The top cage is detachable and can be removed allowing installation of longer graphics cards.
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.
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