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post #6811 of 8657
Hey Nosty,

The first few months of production had built in motherboard standoffs, like the 300R had before it.

You can see them in the 300R, like this:




As of mid December, 2013, all 750Ds have been moved over to standard standoffs, like the kind you're probably more used to. This was done to increase compatibility with some motherboards that include rear covers, like the Maximus VI Formula. Cases with this change should have a lot code beginning with 1351 or later.

The standoffs are all preinstalled, however, regardless, so you'll never have to manually install a standoff in the 750D.
post #6812 of 8657
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge View Post

Hey Nosty,

The first few months of production had built in motherboard standoffs, like the 300R had before it.

You can see them in the 300R, like this:




As of mid December, 2013, all 750Ds have been moved over to standard standoffs, like the kind you're probably more used to. This was done to increase compatibility with some motherboards that include rear covers, like the Maximus VI Formula. Cases with this change should have a lot code beginning with 1351 or later.

The standoffs are all preinstalled, however, regardless, so you'll never have to manually install a standoff in the 750D.

thank you for the quick response!
i'm not sure whether i'll have the revised model or not.
If i still have the 'older' model, this basicly means i can just place the motherboard onto the raised points and screw it on? Nothing has to be placed between the backplate and the board?
Also, the center standoff, thats supposedly there to balance the board as you place it, does this have to be removed? Or do i just leave it?
post #6813 of 8657
The center standoff is designed to hold the board in place as you install it, and does not have to be removed.
post #6814 of 8657
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The center standoff is designed to hold the board in place as you install it, and does not have to be removed.
hey, what do you think of this :
http://www.overclock.net/t/572373/official-corsair-obsidian-900d-800d-750d-700d-650d-550d-350d-club/6700_100#post_21792769
is this normal?
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post #6815 of 8657
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The center standoff is designed to hold the board in place as you install it, and does not have to be removed.

Alright, thanks a bunch for clearing everything up smile.gif
post #6816 of 8657
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You can yes, but I wouldn't reuse the first batch of liquid that's in the unit. Probably just me being paranoid.

thanks for the answer ill be switching over to mayhems pastel then anyways i dont really care for the aurora .. though it looked good for about an hour. lol
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post #6817 of 8657
A couple of beautiful toys to play with. I build a working Rig for my wife and a second case to Mod. I switch all the Hardware over when I'm done with the Mod. I truly love this case, It was such a fun build and works great with an H100i and lot's of other Corsair goodies!












post #6818 of 8657
Does anyone here know if a RIVE BE will be able to have a H110 in Push Pull in a 750D? The normal RIVE was pushing it in terms of space. Or should I go and upgrade my case to the 900D?
 
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