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Need some help with my case!!!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by AustonnTexas, Nov 5, 2010.

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  1. AustonnTexas

    AustonnTexas Thread Starter

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    Hope everyone is doing great.

    I just got my system up and running and i'm pretty stoked. I bought the Logisys Clear Blue system case and theres a problem. There isn't a Power Supply rack above, so theres nothing holding the psu down besides the 4 screws in the back? Is there anyways I could make this PSU more sturdy because I am worried that overtime it might just collapse onto my stuff. Here are the 2 links for the case and the Power Supply.

    PSU = http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817152028&Tpk=raidmax 530w
    Case = http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...m_re=logisys_case_blue-_-11-148-012-_-Product

    Any ideas and how to's would be amazing!

    Thanks All!!

    -AustonnTexas
     
  2. Techyy

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    Just had a look at your pictures

    -- Your Computer looks beautiful except that it didn't have a "holder" or a stand like thing to hold the PSU

    -- Its not safe to hang your PSU with 4 screws up above the vital part of your computer that is "Mother board".

    -- Personally i dont recommend this TOWER
     
  3. AustonnTexas

    AustonnTexas Thread Starter

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    Do you know of a way that I could make a rack to make it safer for the Power Supply?

    The case is made out of acrylic
     
  4. Techyy

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    -- I dont recommend making a rack of our own since its not safe and technically not wise to do that.

    -- Since it is acrylic, you can contact the manufacturer and get some advice from them or from the dealer where you purchased it
     
  5. AustonnTexas

    AustonnTexas Thread Starter

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    Thanks!!!!
     
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