Un peu plus de deux ans après avoir l'introduction du premier boîtier monobloc au monde, le SilverStone Temjin TJ07, une nouvelle ligne de produit a été créé pour perpétuer cette fabrication unique pour d'autres usages. Le premier modèle de cette ligne est le Fortress FT01, qui possède le même châssis monobloc très solide comme son prédecesseur mais avec un meilleur profil grâce à sa plus petite taille. Constitué avec des parties modernes comme les casiers à démontage rapide et un doubles ventilateurs de 180mm, ce boîtier est réellement le meilleur choix pour tous ceux qui cherchent un système haut de gamme de taille moyenne.
A: Please refer to the FT01 180mm fan removal guide
180mm fan removal purposes:
- Upgrade original 180mm fan or for maintenance and replacement
- To gain access to the fan filter for the top mounted 180mm fan
1.Remove two screws located on the front 180mm fan bracket
2.Remove fan bracket
3.As shown in the photo, mounting holes circled in red are for 180mm fan while ones circled in blue are for 120mm fan
4.Place the case upside-down to facilitate in the removal of the first screw holding the top fan bracket
5.The second screw of the top fan bracket can be removed from behind the motherboard tray
6.The entire fan bracket assembly including the fan filter can now be removed by pulling it toward the front of the case
Q. How to remove the hard drive bracket assembly?
A: Please refer to the hard drive bracket removal guide
Hard drive bracket removal is optional for enabling more room for extra long expansion cards or when there are less than four hard drives installed.
From the case’s right side, remove the four screws holding the top hard drive bracket assembly
2. Then pull the top hard drive bracket assembly out from the left side
3. There are four screws for the lower hard drive bracket assembly that can be removed
4. Then pull out all hard drive racks from the lower hard drive bracket
5. With the racks removed, two screws holding the lower hard drive bracket to the bottom of the case can now be accessed and removed as well
6. The lower hard drive bracket can now be pulled out
Q. The 180mm fans in the FT01 do not start or they have trouble starting
Currently more advanced motherboards come with either manual or automatic fan control. Under these circumstances, when the CPU temperature is low, the motherboard can lower fan voltage output to slow the connected fans down; thereby lowering the fan noise.
The fans included in the FT01, especially the 180mm fans located on top and the front, are designed for very low noise even at full speed. The 180mm fans are rated at 700rpm maximum and have sound frequency far lower than most fans, making them practically unnoticeable in normal usage. However, due to their increased size and weight, coupled with lower maximum speed, they require higher average voltage to start than smaller fans.
If the 180mm fans in your FT01 are connected to the motherboard fan headers and are having trouble starting or spinning consistently, we recommend turning off or disabling fan voltage control (whether manual or automatic) in the motherboard BIOS options. The FT01’s highly optimized cooling performance may result in the motherboard sensing lower temperature and supplying lower fan voltage through its fan headers.
Q. How to remove the FT01 5.25” plastic drives holder?
Please unscrew the screws in the back panel as shown and remove both side panels.
Please unscrews the screws in the side panel and take off the front bracket.
Please unscrew the screws from inside the drive bay as shown.
Finally you can take off the 5.25” plastic drive holder as shown.
Q. How do I set up the SATA/ESATA device into my system correctly?
Q. How can I prevent my system from crashing or freezing when I try to hot-swap my hard drive?
A: Before you turn on the PC please make sure the power connector from your system hard drive is isolated from the power connector connected to the hard drive you wish to hot-swap. Both connectors should be on different cables from the power supply.
This is the correct IDE/SATA power connector configuration. Please refer the picture as shown. (A is your system hard drive, B is your hot-swap hard drive)
This is the incorrect IDE/SATA power connector configuration where both drives are being powered by the same cable from the power supply.
This configuration affects all products with hot-swappable features including: KL series, FT series, RV series, and FP35.
Q. USB 3.0 Cable Upgrade Guide
1. Loosen three screws located on the left-side panel to remove it gently.
2. Flip the case upside down first, then use suitable screwdriver to loosen two screws near front I/O module and detach it gently.
3. Install USB 3.0 front I/O module (part number: G11303500) and fasten two screws back gently.
4. Assemble parts back in reverse order carefully. Your case is now USB3 ready.