It's a Node series not Arc, not Core, nor Define.
Testing options for suspension in R4.
I don't think I have enough cord or need to make a bungee fake cage so these are one drive options.
^ this one is super easy to work with and make, will change it a bit so the drive is more from the side panel even though this is ok too.
^ this works well but connecting = making the loops is a bit of a pain, shot with case up side down.
It could fit two in the 5.25" bay and put foam in between, but as I read suspended drives heat up a little more so I will use the first and easier option that works fine for one drive.
Someone took the screwable zip ties yesterday so I ran out of an option to use them. Only found screwable attachments for cables/wires.
The HDD screws work well and it can also fit the FD rubber useless grommets that are otherwise for fans or who knows, it can help the cord to not slip out if you mount it unwisely.
My cord is green because I don't have any other lying around, plan was to velcro the HDD to the bottom but I don't want to mess up the sticker if I ever need to pull the velcro off, so suspension it is and it seems to work better for connecting multiple drives on one power cable too.
OK, final thing here with a test drive.
No new holes made, everything is already there. Bottom hooks are zipties with heatshrink over them because they can be a bit sharp otherwise.
There are multiple ways of how to hook the HDD in but the basic is to hook up top to top and bottom two somewhere to the bottom.Edited by JackCY - 8/24/14 at 9:27am