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Thermaltake Eureka Aluminum Full Tower Case
Author: Hellfire
Manufacturer: Thermaltake
Source: Thermaltake
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Thermaltake Eureka Aluminum Full Tower Case
June 17, 2006

Installation:

Installing your components in the Eureka is extremely simple. Here you can see the motherboard installed on the tray. Once the motherboard is screwed down, you simply slide it into place and secure it with two screws. There are two guides in the chassis to help ensure you have the tray is in the proper position before securing it.

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After installing the motherboard, you might want to install some 5.25" devices. This is accomplished by attaching the rails (hidden behind the 5.25" bay covers) to your device. On the optical drives I have there are four screw holes on each side. I attached one rail to each side using the bottom screw holes. Once that is done simply slide the drive into position. There is a loud click alerting you that the device is secured. Finally, attach any cables and that device is ready to go. To remove it, you just remove the cables, then press the clips in on each side of the device and it slides back out.

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Installing your hard drives is even easier. Simply remove one of the trays, and screw your hard drive onto it. Slide the tray into place, and you will once again hear a loud click when it is secured. You can mount your drives with either the cables to the back, or to the front. I have opted to mount mine to the back of the case. This helps to keep the case a little cleaner looking.

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Once everything is installed, and you route your cables, you can sit back and enjoy your work. As you can see here, I have installed a standard ATX motherboard which fits great in this case and leaves a good amount of room to work in. This is a personal preference, some enjoy a small case, while others like large spacious cases.

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