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Moving the Hard Drive cage's over in a Corsair 650D

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I did a search looking for a thread on this subject and came up empty handed. It appears that if you take the small plastic tab off of the cage base that you could use two screws to secure the base. Maybe even drill the two other holes and really secure it to the case floor..Am I on the right track here? Thanks for the indulgence in case I missed a thread with this info in it..

Takedaily..
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I did a search looking for a thread on this subject and came up empty handed. It appears that if you take the small plastic tab off of the cage base that you could use two screws to secure the base. Maybe even drill the two other holes and really secure it to the case floor..Am I on the right track here? Thanks for the indulgence in case I missed a thread with this info in it..

Takedaily..



I went for it..worked great..;-)
post #3 of 5
Looks good to me. Hope you made sure the new location won't conflict with anything else in your build.
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Thanks for the reply

I just needed 80x80x200mm between the exhaust fan and the cage to accommodate the two AquaComputer Aqualis PRO Scratch Resistance Reservoirs..Looks like the will fit with a bit of room..I was hoping to find upright reservoirs 10" high and 3" wide..that would have made my day..
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If off the shelf reservoirs don't fit with what you want to do, you could consider doing custom made ones. It's not terribly difficult. Just takes some planning, and some attention to detail.

If I had my CNC, I'd offer to make a custom res for you, but I'm not there yet.
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