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How to Mount SSD on this Case?

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Sadly as stated above, if you want your SSD mounted on the back of the MB tray, then yes you need to remove the MB and mount them there. 

Your other options are on the PSU shroud or in the HDD/SSD drive cage. 

Hello,

 

The case is Cooler Master MB511 RGB.

 

How do I install SSD on my case's wall?

See those 8 holes? I can't find any video on YouTube how to install 2.5 inch SSD drive there. 

 

I hope it's not what I think. I hope I won't need to remove motherboard from case to install SSD...

 

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Dont think this case has a SSD mount on the back. You most likely mount them in the 3.5 drive cage.

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Well to mount one on these points you will...

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You have to remove the motherboard to mount an SSD on that back panel.

Alternatively, you can check if you can also mount a 2.5" drive in one of the HDD mounting trays.

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Sadly as stated above, if you want your SSD mounted on the back of the MB tray, then yes you need to remove the MB and mount them there. 

Your other options are on the PSU shroud or in the HDD/SSD drive cage. 

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