||Panel release lever
||Pull this handle up to release the right side panel. You must remove the shipping thumbscrew (B) first.
||Remove this screw before removing the right side panel. Replacing the screw is optional
||Attach a cable lock to this slot to secure the right side panel and so that the computer can be secured to a solid object.
||Certificate of Authenticity (COA) label
||This label provides the product identification number for the Microsoft® Windows® operating system originally installed on the hard drive.
||Exhaust fan vent
||Warm air is exhausted through this vent. Do not block this or any other case vent.
||Screw for the add-in card retention door
||Remove this screw to open the card retention door.
||This label provides the serial number (duplicate to the serial number on the front label), the model number, and FCC information.
||Add-in card retention door
||Secures add-in cards in the case. Open this door when replacing or adding cards.
||Plug the computer's power cord into this connector.
||Can be set to 115 or to 230 depending on the supplied voltage.
Note: Before turning on the computer, verify that the voltage switch is set to the correct position for the power available in your area. In the United States, the utility power is supplied at a nominal 115 volts at 60 Hz. In other areas of the world, such as Europe, the utility power is supplied at 230 volts at 50 Hz.
||Provide connections for a variety of devices including but not limited to a keyboard, mouse, and monitor.
The actual number and type of ports depends on the motherboard installed in the computer.
||Add-in card slots
||This case provides five slots for add-in cards. The actual number of available slots depends on the motherboard installed in the computer.