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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-04-2020, 01:49 PM
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Then why do they have them?

do you fill all your 2.5" and 3.5" and 5.25" bays? you ought to, because they're included.

your logic doesn't really follow through.

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standoffs exist to prevent things from touching. they aren't really REQUIRED for grounding, or anything else.

though it might be hard to line up with your case's i/o without em!

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do you fill all your 2.5" and 3.5" and 5.25" bays? you ought to, because they're included.

your logic doesn't really follow through.

Come on Pook, your smarter than that. You know what I'm referring to, maybe I used an inadequate example but my point IS valid. Guess you just want to pick fly crap out of pepper, but hey what do I know maybe you mount your CPU blocks with 1/4 20 x 2" bolts and duct tape?



Use the hardware where it goes, don't use a 6mm screws where 4mm screws go or vice-versa


Edit: Come to think of it I don't have a 5.25" bay but I do have all of the 2.5" & 3.5" bays full in my case

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why would I buy more hardware or use different hardware that's included to mount my block?

My motherboard is held on by four screws in each corner and one in the middle by the PCI-E 16x slot. There's four empty mounting holes points, so no, you don't need all of them.

Not filling all your storage bays and not filling all your stand offs are perfectly good examples, lol.

My SSDs are held in with one screw and my HDDs are held in with two screws too. Is my rig going to vibrate itself to death or do you not need all the mounting points?

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why would I buy more hardware or use different hardware that's included to mount my block?

My motherboard is held on by four screws in each corner and one in the middle by the PCI-E 16x slot. There's four empty mounting holes points, so no, you don't need all of them.

Not filling all your storage bays and not filling all your stand offs are perfectly good examples, lol.

My SSDs are held in with one screw and my HDDs are held in with two screws too. Is my rig going to vibrate itself to death or do you not need all the mounting points?

Yea you just want to pick fly crap out of pepper.



Lets take this a step further. Go out to your car/truck/suv whatever and take off all but one lug nut from each wheel since you only really need one lug nut to hold a wheel to the hub

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your PC spins at speeds upwards of 60 mph?

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your PC spins at speeds upwards of 60 mph?

120 I over geared it

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Yea you just want to pick fly crap out of pepper.



Lets take this a step further. Go out to your car/truck/suv whatever and take off all but one lug nut from each wheel since you only really need one lug nut to hold a wheel to the hub
Your trying to prove (which is wrong ) with horrible analogy's that have nothing to do with each other... A car and a PC? I mean, of course you don't NEED the standoffs.. like, common man.
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austin healey, to compound the terrible comparisons. HA! MY HEALEY WAS ONLY DESIGNED WITH ONE NUT, CUZ YOU ONLY NEED ONE NUT! erm.. wait, that came out wrong.

someone once told me stand offs were required to properly ground my system.

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Your trying to prove (which is wrong ) with horrible analogy's that have nothing to do with each other... A car and a PC? I mean, of course you don't NEED the standoffs.. like, common man.

If hardware placement and usage is just a theory and there fore optional and not important then it isn't required in a PC, on a car, or on an air plane. What do engineers know anyway, they only designed it right



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someone once told me stand offs were required to properly ground my system.

I'd think if that were so you'd get electrocuted every-tine you touched the case.



Seems like the standoffs are placed for support the way they are spaced and placed.


But hey everyone else is right and I'm wrong. I'm going to take all of my stand-offs out and just let the board hang in there by on one stand-off and screw, not even a tight screw...


People want to nit-pick the f*** out of s***. Hardware has a purpose, should be used as intended, otherwise YMMV. Just my .02.


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