PowerSpec ATX 205 Chassis

PowerSpec_BrittanyB PowerSpec Engineer
edited May 6 in PowerSpec


This is a guide explaining the chassis buttons.

Power – This button turns the system on. If you hold the power button it will turn the system off

Color – This button cycles through the colors for the case fans

Mode – This button cycles through the fan effects

How to install 2.5 SSD drive:

Things you’ll need:

·      SATA data cable

·      Four M3 screws

·      Phillips screw driver (Sizes 0-2)

Make sure system is powered off before adding SSD

  • Get the SATA data cable from the accessory kit

  • Unscrew the two screws on the back-side panel and slide panel off

  • Locate a SATA power cable that is connected to the power supply. (This cable may be bundled next to the power supply.)

  • Locate the hard drive bay area

  • Unscrew the screw holding the SSD bay, once unscrewed slide the SSD bay off
  • Place the SSD in the bay with the SATA connector facing down
  • Line up the screw holes of the SSD with the drive bay and screw in all four screws

  • Connect the SATA data cable to the SSD, the SATA data cable will connect to the smaller connector

  • Connect the SATA power cable to the SSD, the SATA power cable will connect to the larger connector

  • Carefully slide the drive bay back into place on the case and screw the drive bay screw back in
  • Take the other side of the SATA data cable and guide it through one of the bottom or side holes of the chassis
  • Plug in the SATA data cable to the motherboard

  • Slide the back panel back onto the chassis and screw the two screws back in. Be careful no wires get caught on the side panel, this can cause a wire to become unplugged.


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