To start off with installation we will be installing our motherboard first. Since the Torrent supports very large motherboards we had no issues getting our motherboard in the case and the standoffs for ATX were already pre-installed.
Next is our SSD. There are four removable SSD mounts on the backside of the case so just take one out, install your SSD and then simply reinstall it.
For power supply installation all you have to do is remove the top panel and place the power supply in its mount. The power supply area is large enough that if you are using a modular power supply you can connect all of your cables after you install it.
Now for our graphics card. With support for very long graphics cards you won’t have any issues getting your card installed. Our is a smaller RTX 3060 and it went in without a hitch!
Fractal was nice enough to send over two of their new Prisma AL-18 PWM fans. I decided to replace the two front fans with these! It is actually nice that Fractal Design is selling these as there aren’t too many 180 mm fan options out there. Removing the two front fans and replacing them with these was very easy.
With all of our hardware installed it is time to wire everything up. While there are plenty of cable ties and tie-down points on the case I do feel like the backside of the case is a little crowded, especially with the cables from the RGB fans. Most of your wires have to be routed using the cable guides and there is not a ton of places to really “hide” cables like we see in other cases.
All in all I think we have a very clean build and like most cases you aren’t going to see what is on the backside of the motherboard tray anyways.