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Jupiter12

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  1. I thought about it too, the quality glues have softening points at really high temperatures but I'm worried about the airflow. Could the constant airflow cause humidity or etc. that will soften the glue? I couldn't have find any information about this. Thanks, I'm going to use the case this way with an Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo and hope for the best. I don't think it will cause any damage.
  2. Is it possible that the components might fall because of this? @minibois
  3. Yes, I know. I stopped questioning my mindset at the time. The case frame itself is not bent and the case is fully functional apart from the standoffs. So, I tried the extra standoff that came with the case and all the damaged holes seem to work. I was able to screw the standoff in them, the only problem is that some of them are little bent and have a curve. Even though, as mentioned above, I think I can fix them with a little 'love tap'. My concern now is that did I harmed the strength of the case frame. I don't want my motherboard and all components to suddenly fall off. Like, what would happen if I installed a bulky CPU cooler?
  4. Last year, I bought a Phanteks P400 case and I really liked it. Then I just wanted to spice things up a bit and use my computer without a case, so I installed everything on a wooden board. Also, in order to install the motherboard to the wood I ripped motherboard standoffs from the P400 with a pair of pliers and attached them to the wooden board. I know that it was a foolish act but I never thought about it at the time. Now, I want to rebuild the PC in the P400 but I don't know how I should reinstall the motherboard standoffs to the case. Also, I'm worried that maybe the reinstalled standoffs won't be able to hold the motherboard and physically cause it to fall or cause a shortage. In order to fully explain the situation I attached some photos of the case without standoffs. What should I do to reinstall my PC in the case safely? I would appreciate any help, thanks.
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