A Look Inside
Taking a look inside we can see that Diablotek has gone with an all black interior, this is pretty much standard these days. I also noticed that the inside of this case is pretty small, although Diablotek says it will fit both Micro ATX and normal ATX cases. As far as internal connections go you only have a single USB header and HD audio header for the connections on the front of the case.
On the bottom of the case there are 2 sets of ventilation holes. One for the power supply and another for an optional 120mm fan. Moving up the case we can see the expansion slots. These are the ones that you break off the case and cannot be replaced. Diablotek does not include any extras as well so if you break one off you are left with an open slot. At the top there is the spot for the optional exhaust fan and we can see the CPU cutout on the motherboard tray.
The front of the case is where you will find the hard drive mounts. This case supports five 3.5-inch hard drives, although there are no mounting spots for 2.5-inch solid state drives. In front of the hard drive mounting points in where you can place an optional 120mm fan. So wait a second…this case comes with no fans at all? That is correct NO fans are included with this case! Even budget cases have atleast an intake or an exhaust fan, but none are included with the Legend. Above the hard drive mounts you will find the three external 5.25-inch bays, they use a tool-less system.
Also included with the case is a user’s manual and a bag of mounting screws and tool-less installation locks for the hard drives.