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Thread: Help Identifying Case Part




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    :?: Okay, I just recieved my Chieftec black dragon case, and inside of it clipped to the inside front is a purple plasic thing, it has six octagonal holes in it and is about 5 inches long, it clips behind the 3.5 bays...is this for light mods or something else..?
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    It's to route ya wiring thru and as far as I know all versions of UNEEC's cases have this feature be it Antec, Chieftec, Enermax, etc,....

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    It's a card guide for longer cards, though I haven't seen any for a long time.

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    that sounds pretty usefull.
    getting my case this weekend!
    black antec one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    tempest[/size]]
    It's a card guide for longer cards, though I haven't seen any for a long time.
    I've seen long cards before but 15" long? : omg: 11" is the longest antique card that I own.

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    I had the same thing in my case and I used it for TRASHCAN filler.
    Yup, just throw it away.

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