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Core X5 and EVGA Supernova 750 G2


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Hello.

I'm assembling my computer inside a Core X5 chassis.

In order to insert the EVGA Supernova 750 G2 power supply unit, I had to remove the horizontal HDD cage which is located above, by default.

After positioning the PSU, I am unable to re-insert that HDD cage in the original place.

Is this normal?

I can't find any other place in the case where I could attach that cage, even if there is lot of space available.

Am I missing some attachment point? Can I still use that cage somehow?

Thanks,

Maurizio.

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7 hours ago, -maurizio- said:

Hello.

I'm assembling my computer inside a Core X5 chassis.

In order to insert the EVGA Supernova 750 G2 power supply unit, I had to remove the horizontal HDD cage which located above by default.

After positioning the PSU, I am unable to re-insert that HDD cage in the original place.

Is this normal?

I can't find any other place in the case where I could attach that cage, even if there is lot of space available.

Am I missing some attachment point? Can I still use that cage somehow?

Thanks,

Maurizio.

Hello maurizio,

could you please take a pic of your case? 

the HDD cage should be okay to put back to the original place after installing the PSU.

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22 hours ago, TT James said:

could you please take a pic of your case? 

Sure. Prepare for some sad pictures. :-)

This is the PSU:

IMG_20181030_002920.thumb.jpg.87b988c1c8dd201cd42834dbbd999653.jpg

All screws are in place and tighten.

This is what happens if I try to put the HDD cage back in place:IMG_20181030_003226.thumb.jpg.a661630361bf357aabeb6c47fca9b96d.jpg

Please let me know if you need additional pictures.

Thanks!

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