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Warrior ATX Case confusion


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12matthias335

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I'm building my second custom computer, but I can't seem to find a way to remove the motherboard plate. Another problem is that the case (Warrior ATX 10 Bay) has no instructions. Any place where I can find some. (also any tips on building an athlon computer)
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Are you reffering to the motherboard tray?

Why would you want to remove it?
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yea, that's what i mean. I want to remove it for easier motherboard instalation.
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With most PC cases with a motherboard tray the tray has to be in there to line the motherboards rear I/O connections to the cases I/O backplate.


But dont quote me on that ;)

Yours could be different :tazz:
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