A Look Inside
As we take a look inside the main side of the case we have a very simple design. This side of the case is of course supposed to show off your motherboard, talking about that we have support for E-ATX, ATX, mATX, ITX, SSI-EEB, and SSI-CEB motherboards. On the white version of the case the inside of the case is white to match.
The motherboard tray has four large cable routing holes, all of which have rubber inserts installed. There are also three smaller holes towards the bottom of the case, perfect for routing your front panel headers and other connections.
At the bottom of the case there are three pre-installed Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-14 PWM fans. The cooling bracket that they are installed on can be fully removed from the case. This bracket supports three 120 / 140 mm fans, or two 180 mm fans, or radiators up to 420 mm.
Looking towards top of the case we can see the power supply mount and you’ll notice it has a strip across it. This is going to light up with RGB lighting when you have your system powered on.
Removing the opposite side panel we can see how the rest of the case is laid out. For those wondering there is about 1.3 inches of space between the motherboard tray and rear side panel.
The first thing that caught my attention on this side of the case was the Nexus 9P Slim PWM fan hub, which is located towards the bottom of the case. This allows your to connect up to nine PWM fans and control them with a single 4-pin header to your motherboard.
As far as storage goes you have two larger removable storage trays, these only support larger 3.5-inch drives. Towards the front of the case you’ll find four removable 2.5-inch storage trays.
For cable routing you have five larger Velcro straps on the backside of the motherboard tray, one in the power supply compartment, and a total of 16 additional tie-down points.