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The back mounted 120mm can be similarly taken out with the minimum of fuss but it doesn’t have a dust filter attached (however, this is an extraction fan so it isn’t really needed).


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All of the drives are installed using rails. For the X-Fighter, the rails are not included separately but are instead incorporated as part of the design. They are all attached to a compartment that fits into a 5.25” drive bay and can taken out from the front.

The rails themselves are fluorescent yellow and constructed out of rubber so as to stop vibrations from the drives. This then supposedly prolongs the life of the components.


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The Side panel has two vents on it both equipped with dust filters, on one there is a Uniduct but it can be attached to either vent so as to cool specific components depending on what you want.


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Finally, the PCI slots, too, follow a tool-less installation. Each slot has a clip at the top that can be snapped open allowing the PCI device to slot in and then it clamps down on top securing the component. Included, as accessories, are some PCI slots brackets that can be installed to fill up any gaps.


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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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