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StrainedCMOS

Corsair Commander Pro HDD Bay Mount

by StrainedCMOS Feb 24, 2018
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This Bracket is amazing. used this and combined it with a HDD drive adapter to fit it in one of the 5.25 bays on my corsair air 540. had to use hot glue since the bracket i had printed did not line up with this the way i would like since both had only one set of mounting holes instead of both top and bottom but no big deal. great job man.

Would it help if both top and bottom had the cable cutout? Then the Commander pro can mount either way.

you could. Personally i think you should add the second set of mounting holes since most drives have that upper and lower set of mounting screws and not all Hard drive mounts have that. with m bracket i ran into the issue where if i use the current mounting holes the top is being covered by the hard drive bracket and i cant get to anything. my quick fix was hot glue.

That is a big a** case. I see what you mean. I designed the mounts to fit into a 3.5 inch mount, which has different spacing and only one screw hole depth. Pulled out some old 5.25 and there are 4 holes. You're probably only mounted to one hole on each side and holding one mount completely with hot glue. I could make the bottom taller to add space for the second hole vertically.

How are you accounting for the width difference between 3.5 and 5.25? Those metal standoffs? If that is the case, then I would have to extend the top piece longer and taller to add the 2 holes to make it fit all 4 holes in a 5.25 to 3.5 converter. Does your case use the top and bottom screw hole on a 3.5 drive or the middle and bottom?