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Old 05-22-2022, 12:04 PM   #1
tmcw
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Default PC case - Hard drive rails

A friend gave me his old PC case (with MB, and PSU), but no hard drive rails, he said he only used the 2.5" SSD spot inside, and used an external hard drive for data. He said that he'd have a look for the supplied rails, but I doubt he'll find them.

So I was wondering if case manufacturers used any type of standard 3.5" hard drive rail?

I'm used to the various Dell hard drive caddies or rails (and HP and Lenovo to a lesser extent), or el cheapo cases where you screw through the frame to fix the drive.

Now, the case is a CiT Gaming Case, and according to the badge on the front, is a "Vantage", however, when I was searching for rails, and the case, the Vantage ones I saw were different internally, but a bit more searching and internally it looks identical to the CiT "Vanquish" case. I've attached a photo of the hard drive area for a "Vanquish" that looks identical to mine.

Anyone know if there is a generic type rail that will fit this case?
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