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post #111 of 140 (permalink) Old 04-29-2012, 02:21 PM
 
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Hmm my front audio barley fits and it strains a bit so I just ziptied it up and not using it. Also my audio is mixed up sad-smiley-002.gif
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HD audio extention cable.
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Mic & Headphone jacks reversed? First batch QC woes.
Contact support and they'll send you a replacement, or if you don't want to wait until they get around to you can fix the unit yourself by simply removing it from the chassis, and reversing the connectors...its pretty straight-forward.

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CorsairGeorge is correct, just screw them into any of the 4 included hard drive bays with the included screws.
There is no need to modify anything...
Well, if appearances count (with a window-less chassis), you can remove the metal retaining pins from the silicone bushing used for HDD mounting.

I have a crucial M4 SSD I'm trying to mount, but there's no way to do it. The holes don't align
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The mount points of the Crucial m4 (above) use the industry standard -as do the tool-free 2.5" compatible hard drive bays. They are obviously offset and not centered in the tray/bay. You should be able to mount the SSD without a hassle, and you've probably already tried this but just in case try another tray/bay for proper alignment.

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I screwed up a case mod on a 300R.

Where can I get a right-side panel? The one without the mesh.
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I have a crucial M4 SSD I'm trying to mount, but there's no way to do it. The holes don't align

I had to remove the rubber mounted pins to fit my SSD 830 to screw it to the bracket.


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Good point.
I had removed the pins prior to installing the SSD(s).

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I screwed up a case mod on a 300R.
Where can I get a right-side panel? The one without the mesh.
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http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/401940_422638871109540_1187872648_n.jpg

Carbide 300R with side window behind the 800D?
Looks good but why fan mounts in the window like the C70?
Anyway, still waiting for a mATX case from Corsair.
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