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-- C3 CT1310 Clear Acrylic Case
-- Price: $259.95 USD
-- 08.18.2002
-- By: GideonX
-- Page: 1 2 3 4 5

C3 did provide us with this I/O panel for this case.  Remember to remove the blue plastic sheet that covers the panel.

First step to getting our system together was to throw our drives into the drive cages.  Remove the front bezel to get access to this.

Keep  the face  plates handy  in case you need to use them later on.

There is also this cage that holds some of your CDs.  It can only hold slim cases, gives you some space to store those loose discs if you have room.  I chose to leave it out completely.

I installed the DVD/CDRW drive first and noticed that it didn't fit entirely even.  Notice the tiny space next to the drive, it's a little off even when screwed in.

To install your hard drives, find the round hard drive mount in your bag of goods and install like above.  I put it right in front of the 120mm intake hole at the bottom.

The floppy would get screwed into the 5.25" adapter.  Then use the floppy mounts to hold it within the drive cage.  Make sure you choose the right mount, you can see the shape difference.

For the power/reset and LED plugs, install them in the front AFTER you remove the bezel.  It goes on the inside, not the outer shell.

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