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Why are the inWin 909 3.5 HDD bays riveted to the chasis?

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  • Why are the inWin 909 3.5 HDD bays riveted to the chasis?

    I got my first inWin case a couple of months ago, the inWin 909. I absolutely love this case, one of the best looking cases I've ever seen and perfect for my water cooled build.

    The biggest problem I have with this case though is the fact that the 3.5 HDD bays are riveted to the chassis. If I'm spending $500 on a case, you better believe every drive I have is at least an SSD, if not a M.2 SSD. It seems crazy to me that so much space in the case is taken up by these large drive bays when they seem so impractical for a high quality build. I drilled the rivets out to put my reservoir where the drive bays were, but this turned out to be a pretty difficult process. These bays should be easy to remove screws.

    Does anyone else have a problem with this design? I'm curious if the community shares my frustration.
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