A Look Inside
Getting the main side panel off the case is really easy. Cooler Master has designed the panels to easily come off and be put back on. With the panel removed we can see that the interior of the case is divided into two main compartments. You can however completely remove this separator to make room for large graphics cards and other hardware.
Starting with the top part of the case you can see that we have room for motherboards up to microATX. There is a very large CPU cutout that will allow you to install aftermarket CPU coolers without having to remove your motherboard from the case. On the motherboard tray you have five cable routing holes, the two larger ones have rubber inserts installed to protect your cables. Towards the front of the new and improved click and click panel. The panel can now be completely removed and adjusted (moved over) to make room for larger radiators, extra drive cages, fan brackets and more.
Taking a look at the top fan mounts you can see there is actually an opening at the front so you if you have the top closed up air will still be able to circulate.
On the case separator there are two solid state drive mounts. These are easily removed with a single thumbscrew for out-of-case installation of your drives. There is also another large cable routing hole here, which should be perfect for routing your PCI-Express power cables.
At the bottom part of the case towards the front you have a single hard drive cage. This cage has two trays, which support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives. The entire hard drive cage can be removed from the case or you can move it up into the top part of the case easily. At the bottom you will also find your power supply mount, which elevates your power supply off the bottom of the case a little for optimal airflow.
Removing the back side panel from the case we can see that Cooler Master has installed nice Velcro cable ties in the case to help with cable management. As far as space behind the motherboard tray you have just under an inch of space between the motherboard tray and rear panel.