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NZXT Adamas Premium Crafted Chassis Review

Sagittaria    -   January 18, 2007


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I solved this problem by removing a fan from my heat sink. What a bummer.



Now for the optical drives, you simply slap the drive rails on, pop the front panel off, and slide it in. It took a bit of interpretation as the manual wasn't very helpful. As you can see, the drive rails just clip on, and tabs over into the rectangular hole, which is also where you remove it. Of course, NZXT decided to be super cheap and only included two sets of drive rails. Luckily, you can screw drives in manually.

The rest of the case is simple enough to install parts into. And of course, I didn't have enough screws to complete the job, so I had to go to my spares.



And there we have it folks! With no other problems, let's get the specs and test her out!



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
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  4. Closer Look Continued & Installation
  5. Installation Continued
  6. Specifications
  7. Testing
  8. Testing Continued & Conclusion
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