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The Two Hundred has a completely black exterior, minus the rear of the case, which has a semi-gloss finish. The front panel has a total of four external bays, three 5.25” and one 3.5”. Beneath the drive bays lies a spider web design composed of plastic and wire mesh which allows plenty of airflow into the case.
Above the external drive bays are the external ports and power/reset buttons. They seem to be well integrated with the case, rather than an addition to the case like some cases.
There is nothing on the side panel except the grill for a 120mm fan, which is found about halfway up and about two-thirds the way back on the case.
The top panel is as plain as the side panel and also includes a fan grill, which also has a 140mm fan installed.
The back panel is pretty basic. You have your lower mounted PSU slot, seven expansion slots, two water-cooling holes, which don’t have any rubber inserts, motherboard I/O slot and fan grill. But above all of that there is a small black panel which allows you to control the fan speeds of the rear and top fans.
Two thumbscrews secure both side panels to the case.