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Thread: Can you mount a HDD on it's side ?




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    This might be an odd question, but....

    Can you mount a HDD on it's side ? :?:

    ie: Most cases mount the HDD's flat.
    But could you stack 'em like books on a book case ?
    Know what I mean ??

    Edit : This way heat can rise freely....Not into the next HDD above.
    Edit #2 : I've been thinking about building a custom case.
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    Yep you most certianly can mount then on their sides

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    ....SWEET......:D
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    As a matter of fact, the Lian-Li PC60 series cases have that type of mounting setup for the hard drive bays.
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    So do some Compaq cases

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    Ouch... that was a nasty comparison. Lian-Li to Compaq. :wow:
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    Hehehe... Valid point though. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    Ouch... that was a nasty comparison. Lian-Li to Compaq. :wow:
    I think you're wrong.
    Lian-Li makes cases, which means nothing. Compaq makes computers that people, many people use every day. If they have no problems using that configuration, it must mean that its working fine.

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    It's the principle of the matter... :)

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    true..

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