NEW PRODUCT – Computer Repair Screw and Standoff Kit

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NEW PRODUCT – Computer Repair Screw and Standoff Kit


The Computer Repair Screw and Standoff Kit contains all those bits and pieces that get lost whenever installing stuff into your computer or electronics devices: the screws, standoffs, washers, and more that are used for the chassis, fan, motherboard, and component extras. They may also be used by other electronic devices around your home. Particularly useful if you are working in IT, but also handy if you’re the kinda person who keeps their tower with the side panel open you’ll reduce rattling and avoid sitting parts on top of other parts when you have the right mounting hardware!

Kit includes the following in a nice reusable storage container:

  • 4 x #6*6 Hand screw – Chassis covers
  • 20 x KB5*10 – Fixed chassis fan
  • 20 x #6*6-32 with hex head – Hard drives / power supplies / expansion cards
  • 50 x M3*5
  • 8 x M3 brass standoff – Motherboard standoff
  • 20 x 4*8*.08 Insulation gasket
  • 20 x Countersink #6*6-32 – 3.5″ Hard drive mounting
  • 20 x Countersink M3*5 – 2.5″ SSD drive mounting
  • 20 x Wide head #6*6-32 – 3.5″ Hard drive mounting, graphics cards, and more
  • 20 x O-rings
  • 20 x #6*10 hex head screw – power supply mount
  • 4 x Thumbscrew #6*6 – Chassis attachment
  • 20 x M2 Screws + 2 x M2 standoffs – M.2 card attachment
  • 8 x #4 standoffs – VGA / DVI port attachments
  • 10 x M4*30 + 10 M4 hexnut – Watercooling fans

Plus handy extras:

  • 5 x black zipties 19.5cm / 7.5″ long
  • 1 x Phillips-head screwdriver
  • 3 x mini-packs of thermal silicone grease

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In stock and shipping now!


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