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post #11 of 15
Sorry for the double post


But if you had a drill and a bit big enough You could drill some holes that would allow the use of Zip ties (thicker ones) and it would secure it enough for use.


In the picture Below I put some red dots ( the ones on the back side of the case would require drilling) ( the ones where the side panel is you would just bend over the tabs).


Sorry for the Bad arrows lol


This would be my only solution besides the PSU on top of the case
post #12 of 15
Something's not right here. There's no reason for the PSU to not fit. Is this pic when you flipped it the other way?
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Originally Posted by Enjoi View Post
Do you have a pic of it flipped the correct way? This screw hole should be there:

Edited by shinji2k - 12/13/08 at 3:24am
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post #13 of 15
It should be there but that tab is in the way......You could always grind that tab off and drill a new hole to mount the psu


I Had to do that with a Antec Case and a antec true power trio PSU ( Go figure)
Edited by XxBeNigNxX - 12/13/08 at 3:24am
post #14 of 15
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ah *%W)@
i dont have a picture.
im pretty sure i tried flipping it.
im half asleep its 3:30am here and i just hot home from work -_-
ill flip it tomorrow since i cant pull it since that would require me taking out my mobo.
thanks for your guy's help ill post back tomorrow with a picture of it flipped
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post #15 of 15
LOL.... I know the feeling


I can see the tab being in the way.... But really it should be able to mount

Any ways take it easy bro and get some sleep lol
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