This part of the chassis I find very interesting and intriguing, Cubitek made lots of space at the backside, not only for cable routing, but here's where you place the HDD and SSD storage units. You use the cable routing cut-outs to mount the devices, here let me show you.
You take the HDD, and secure four rubber mounts on there. You simply hang the HDD into the cut-outs, and remember you may mount three of these in this configuration. Two HDDs at 3.5" and one 2.5" SSD/HDD can be used.
Here you can see that clearly. Honestly, it is the mosts imple mounting method I have ever seen. But it works really well and hangs in rubber mounts preventing resonating noises. That's a double-whammy-whopping win in my book.
Again you can mount two 3.5" HDDs and/or a 2.5" SSD/HDD storage unit in there. There's no room for 5.25" ODD devices though, so please do be aware of that.
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