The back of the SilverStone FP34 Media Reader and I/O Combo Device

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SilverStone FP34
Installation (Part 2)
August 16, 2006
FP34 Introduction FP34 Installation (Pt. 1) FP34 Installation (Pt. 2)
FP34 Specifications FP34 Conclusion



Now let's observe what a typical setup will look like on your computer system.

Before The SilverStone FP34 Installation

Before the installation, it's wise to make sure you have everything clear and ready to go. You'd be surprised how difficult a task can be when preparation is not taken into consideration. Depending on how much protection you want your front computer case to have, you could use masking tape around the installation area to prevent possible scratching and scraping of the faceplate and surrounding surface. If you have a black computer case, especially the anodized aluminum versions, this wouldn't be a bad idea.


5.25" To 2.5" Faceplate Inside The Lian Li PC-V2100B Plus II

SilverStone FP34 Installed

And finally, the FP34 installed. It may appear as if the FP34 does not have a lot of clearance at the top, but do note, the image below was taken at a slight angle so you cannot see a small portion of the top of the FP34. The FP34 fits quite snug with only using four of the eight screws provided by SilverStone.


FP34 Installed in the Lian Li PC-V2100B Plus II

The FP34 does come in a silver version as well as black. If you have a nice non-black aluminum finish, an "FP34-S" would look quite nice.


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