Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge
That's odd. Anybody with a broken drive tray we will replace them. We have them in stock now.
Weird though that two of you in a row had the issue. We've been using exactly this cage in the 650D and 600T for years with no real issues.
Well the design might be good but did you guys change manufacturers for those cages? It could be due to a different polymer used to make the trays. I had your company's cases in the past and those trays worked well.
Originally Posted by macro6
1. i just dont like having to "bend" things to make it fit.. it makes it feel more flimsy? (i also have broke 2 cradles for my 600t so far) i like to see a hdd cradle where you slide in and snap-in to secure the hdd. I think your hdd cradles is where you can improve more on.
2. ALL fan intakes should have a filter... this should be standard imo. '
3. your hdd cage should have a feature to allow fan mounting on the side with tilt like how nzxt does it.
Well NZXT has far inferior trays than Corsair and they are still developing a new tray that doesn't require bending. I really like Fractal Design trays since they are all metal so they can't break (but it requires screwing) and Cooler Master's sliding mechanism for its trays.
As for Point 2, that is the biggest disappointment I have with the 750D and the Air 540. Fan filters aren't that much to add and every fan slot area (except the rear fan exhaust) should come with fan filters.
Point 3 is a meh point since the fans that are intaking air from the HDD Cage is still really choked so I don't see much effectiveness in that department. I rather use as few HDD Cages as I can to maximize airflow and for people that has lots of drives, it is a something that has to be compromised in regards to airflow.Edited by Star Forge - 9/28/13 at 1:27pm