Alongside the chassis you'll receive the defaults like screws, tie wraps, a USB 3.0 converter and six HDD mounting brackets.
Mounting an HDD is very easy and is tool/screw free, the drive bay bracket has been updated from the previous models. It has rubber inserts to prevent resonating noises from the HDD, lock them in and slide the unit into the drive bay until you hear a click.
At the bottom side you can see four holes, if you want to install an SSD, that's the position. SSDs need to be secured with four screws though.
So the 3.5" brackets can also hold 2.5" SSDs, but then on the bottom side you'll need to secure them with four mounting screws.
It's a very simply solution really, but there's nothing wrong with simple as long as it's functional and effective. And it certainly works just fine. You can house a luxurious six 3.5/2.5 drives. And should you need more space, the drive bays are removable as well. Located at the rear of the lower HDD bay you'll spot two mounted 120mm fans.
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