The first thing that I wanted to install was my 240 mm all-in-one liquid CPU cooler. I was actually concerned that it might not fit! I removed the fan mounts and then installed it. Carefully putting the fan mount back in my system it fit no problem at all!
Next was to get my motherboard in there and mount the pump / block on it. I went with the EVGA X99 Micro, which of course is a micro-ATX motherboard. It went in quite easily and mounting the pump / block was also simple. I did not feel cramped or anything really.
Now it is time for our hard drive, which is a 2.5-inch solid state drive. I easily installed it in the hard drive tray outside of the case and simply slid it right back in.
The power supply slides right in the top of the case from the back side. Once secured you will probably have a cable mess like you see below.
It takes a little bit, but the cables are actually really easy to route and organize. I actually only had to use a total of two cable ties to get things completely organized, that is pretty impressive considering the size of this case.
Flipping back over to the main side of the case that last thing we had to do was install our graphics card. The case actually supports long graphics cards up to 330 mm, and even with our 240 mm radiator installed we still had clearance for our MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X graphics card.
Since this case has a tinted window you are more than likely going to want to get some lights for the inside of the case. A simple LED strip would do, as you can see the lights do look pretty good on our memory and graphics card.
When you power your system on the In Win logo on the front of the case will light up blue. There are also blue lights around the HD audio connections and USB ports. These gives the case a little extra flare, without ruining its simplistic design.