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how to move standoffs?

Shyam Ganapathy
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Recently did a build for a friend and I had to move standoffs. They were really hard to move even while using pliers? What is the easy way to remove/screw them in? Thanks for the help

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1 minute ago, Shyam Ganapathy said:

Recently did a build for a friend and I had to move standoffs. They were really hard to move even while using pliers? What is the easy way to remove/screw them in? Thanks for the help

Mine I can use a socket and socket wrench to move, are yours just cylinders?

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1 hour ago, Fuzzleworth1 said:

Mine I can use a socket and socket wrench to move, are yours just cylinders?

Mine are hexagons. I dont have a wrench or a tool, I'm just asking if theres a better way to do it

 

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36 minutes ago, Shyam Ganapathy said:

Mine are hexagons. I dont have a wrench or a tool, I'm just asking if theres a better way to do it

 

Yes there's a better way and that's to use a cresant wrench or a socket.

CPU: Intel I5-7500 

CPU Cooler: Cooler Master ML240

Motherboard: ASRock B250M PRO 4

Memory: 16GB Patriot Viper Elite

Gpu: Asus Dual 1060 3GB

Storage: Corsair 120GB M.2 NVME

500GB Samsung 860 EVO

1TB WD Blue

Power Supply: EVGA 500W 80+Bronze

Case: Phanteks P350X

Monitors: HP Omen 25in 144hz

and some 25in Acer

Keyboard: Corsair K70 LUX RGB

Mouse: Corsair M65 Pro

Headphones= VModa Crossfade Wireless(but used wired)

Speakers: Some janky speakers I jerry-rigged

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1 hour ago, Fuzzleworth1 said:

Yes there's a better way and that's to use a cresant wrench or a socket.

Oh, sorry I didn't pay attention to that. I actually already have a crescent wrench so I'll just be using that. Thanks.

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