The accessories are numerous but not cluttering or superfluous. They primarily consist of the binder and its contents and the extra cables that may have come with the power supply or motherboard.
The binder itself is really the key accessory as it holds a plethora of accessories, unexpectedly so. Included inside of the binder is a Maingear T-shirt, Mousepad, a multi-tool, and a series of installed software including the OS, component manuals, troubleshooting guides, and the regular expected paperwork (user manual) from a system builder. The multi-tool comes in handy if you ever need to unscrew anything (like the top) in order to plug things in or unplug them.
The nice thing is that Maingear went through exhaustive testing and documented their testing procedures and gives customers scores to compare against if they ever think that their computer is running slow. Furthermore, the testing is signed by the agent who tested the system and has verified that the numbers are indeed correct. Maingear puts an extremely important focus on quality and testing and their product information binder is no different. So much so, that in the testing they actually indicate what version BIOS is installed as well as graphics card and motherboard drivers. The guy that tested our system was Gustavo as we can see with his signature. They also include the motherboard layout stickers on the inside of the binder if you ever need to find something on the board or don’t know what something may be.
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