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Nzxt Phantom fan question

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I just got an nzxt phantom and I got the front intake fan, but two problems.

The screws that came with it are too big for the hole... and the hdd cage is blocking me from screwing them in and even if I did make the holes bigger it have to take the cage out. How did everyone else do it? Can someone that installed the front fan fill me in?
Edited by drew2128 - 4/8/11 at 11:56am
My System
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i5-2500k P8P67 pro 6870 G-Skill 8gb 
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Samsung 500g WIndows 7 Corsair 750w modular Nzxt Phantom 
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i5-2500k P8P67 pro 6870 G-Skill 8gb 
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Samsung 500g WIndows 7 Corsair 750w modular Nzxt Phantom 
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The long screws that came affixed to the front 120mm fan are too big for...what?
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i5-760 @ 4.1ghz MSI H55-GD65 LGA 1156 MSI GTX580 @ 850/2000 1.1v 4GB DDR3 Ripjaws 
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Kingston 64GB SSD/ 1 TB WD Win7 Ultimate x64 HannsG 28" LCD - 1200p Logitech G15 
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TT Black Widow 850w White NZXT Phantom (modded) Cyborg R.A.T. 7 
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Albino Sasquatch
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i5-760 @ 4.1ghz MSI H55-GD65 LGA 1156 MSI GTX580 @ 850/2000 1.1v 4GB DDR3 Ripjaws 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Kingston 64GB SSD/ 1 TB WD Win7 Ultimate x64 HannsG 28" LCD - 1200p Logitech G15 
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TT Black Widow 850w White NZXT Phantom (modded) Cyborg R.A.T. 7 
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post #3 of 3
I think i know what you're trying to ask, but a little cloudy...

but i think you're trying to use the screws that came with your FAN.
The way at least I installed the front fan was to take the front faceplate off and use the long screws that came with your CASE, to attach the 120/140mm fan. The screws should be in a labeled bag, indicated in the case instructions.
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