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Originally Posted by yahu View Post

Apologies if I'm missing the context but you can remove the HDD cage by removing the rivets. I wanted to make sure you had seen those posts, which you may have and you're referring to a way to remove the HDD cage and easily add it back after tucking things away behind it.

Also, regarding getting cut. I want to say 100% of SFF setups I've worked on in the past 10 years has resulted in cuts. Even when I think I've gotten away without, the hand sanitizer proves otherwise. wink.gif
I am aware that the HDD case can be removed. I am not good at modding the case, so I left it in there.
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Originally Posted by thaiusmle View Post

I would like to share pictures of my EVGA Hadron Air. Thanks for all your help for this build.

This build was inspired by Hadron Toaster https://pcpartpicker.com/b/GNVYcf

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post #2083 of 2255
So I have a Hadron, and I need to install an optical drive into it. I brought a Sony bd5850H from eBay since its bluray and whatnot. However, I can't seem to figure out how to mount it. The drive fits in the sled, but the screws provided are way to large. Is his a problem with my drive or me being given the wrong screws? (The seller of the case sent me most of the scores since I brought it used).
post #2084 of 2255
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Originally Posted by ivoryg37 View Post

Also interested in seeing this implemented but I doubt I would do it myself lol. Don't want to void the warranty just in case the PSU die since its not standard size and not easily replaced

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Originally Posted by hrockh View Post

interested in seeing this implementation

I am still here I just havent had the time to do it. It will however be done by the end of this week hopefully.

The power supply in both the hadron air and hadron hydro are both 1U server power supplies. You can find them just about any where on the net.
Edited by ScoobyJD - 1/27/16 at 9:27pm
post #2085 of 2255
double post, trying to figure out how multi quote works lol
Edited by ScoobyJD - 1/27/16 at 9:28pm
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Also I just found out that EVGA sourced this power supply from FSP Group, the model number is FSP500-701UN.
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Originally Posted by ScoobyJD View Post

Also I just found out that EVGA sourced this power supply from FSP Group, the model number is FSP500-701UN.
Just check they have up to 700w platinum.
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Just finish the build a couple of days ago. Glad to join the club.
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My new build

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