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Im a bit confused with the fitting of the pci backplate on the sth10. To fit the backplate onto the rear of the case you need to remove the nuts on the rear of the backplate. The instructions make no mention of removing the nuts so is this correct? Are you then meant to use the nut on the rear of the case and on the end of the spring loaded screw? This seems as though its not needed as the spring loaded screws appear to securley attach the backplate to the rear of the case anyway and the nuts would just make opening and shuting the mobo tray a bit longer.
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Im a bit confused with the fitting of the pci backplate on the sth10. To fit the backplate onto the rear of the case you need to remove the nuts on the rear of the backplate. The instructions make no mention of removing the nuts so is this correct? Are you then meant to use the nut on the rear of the case and on the end of the spring loaded screw? This seems as though its not needed as the spring loaded screws appear to securley attach the backplate to the rear of the case anyway and the nuts would just make opening and shuting the mobo tray a bit longer.

The nuts are on the springs only to prevent damage during shipping. They are to be removed for the installation, and they can also serve as spares for the drive cages and the window.
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