A Look Inside
Getting inside the case is easy enough, just remove the 4 thumbscrews on the side panel. Looking inside the case we have a typical 2 compartment design with the top compartment for your motherboard and the bottom compartment for your power supply and storage. As we get a closer look at the motherboard tray we do have support for motherboards up to ATX and we can see a very large CPU cut-out.
Moving towards the front of the case we can see can see a channel that is made to route your cables. There are also two 2.5-inch SSD mounts towards the front. They are designed so your cables will go into the cable routing channel giving you a clean look inside your case.
At the bottom of the case we have a full-length power supply cover that does have ventilation as well as three cut-outs for cable routing. There is also a large cut-out towards the front if you wanted to install thicker radiators or push-pull setups.
Removing the opposite side panel you’ll notice that it does have sound dampening material installed on it. The backside layout is pretty much would you would expect as well, one thing I did notice is that we do not have a fan hub, so you’ll have to connect the three included fans to your motherboard or purchase a hub separately.
Over the cut-out in the motherboard tray is a removable bracket that supports two 2.5-inch solid state drives. Moving down at the bottom of the is of course where you’ll mount your power supply.
At the front of the case there is a removable hard drive cage that supports two 3.5-inch hard drives or a single 2.5-inch drive. So in total you have support for up to six drives, which is pretty impressive for a case of this size.
Most of your cables are already run and be quiet! has installed four velcro ties to keep everything nice and neat. There are also quite a lot of tie-downs so cable routing should not be a big issue. With the included front panel cables you also have a SATA power cable and a RGB connection for the RGB element in the case.