A Look Inside
Opening the case up and taking a look inside we can see a pretty basic design here. You do have an internal USB 3.0 connector and a molex connector for the fan controller. Starting at the front of the case the three 5.25-inch drives will use a tool-less locking system.
Moving down there are two hard drive cages. The first cage will hold four hard drives. You can adjust the cage to support 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard drives. You can also take the cage completely out to make room for longer video cards or water cooling equipment. The bottom cage supports three 3.5-inch hard drives.
The bottom of the case has room for a 120 mm fan. The power supply housing is lifted off the bottom of the case a bit to provide for better airflow. There are seven expansion slots and the covers are held into place by normal screws.
Moving up we can see the included 120 mm exhaust fan, which is a plain black fan. At the top of the case you can see the housing where you can install two more 120 mm fans or even a 240 mm radiator.
The case does have a very large CPU cutout that will allow you to install aftermarket CPU coolers without having to take your motherboard out of the case. There are also quite a few cable routing holes (4).
Taking the opposite side panel off of the case we can see how everything is setup. There are quite a few different tie down points on the back of the motherboard tray. There is also a good amount of room behind the motherboard tray so routing cables back there should not be an issue. The case of course does come with a box of goodies which includes all of your mounting hardware, hard drive rails, zip ties and a user’s guide.