A Look Inside
Once inside we can see that this case has a very basic interior design, actually one of the more plain designs we’ve seen in a while. The inside of the case is aluminum as well.
Starting at the front of the case there is cooling placement that supports two 120 or 140 mm fans or water cooling radiators up to 280 mm. This entire panel can be removed with thumbscrews so you can easily install your fans or radiator.
Moving down there is a hard drive cage. Inside of this cage there are two plastic trays which support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives. There is also an SSD mount on top of the hard drive cage. This hard drive cage can be completely removed from the case and you can actually move it up as well. If you remove the hard drive cage it reveals two fan placements which support two 120 mm fans. This is why you have that filter down there.
On the opposite side of the case you have the power supply mount and there is a small power supply cover which has a cool design on it. There is a large opening by the power supply mount so you’ll be able to easily route all of your cables. Moving up we can see the motherboard tray. There are multiple cable routing holes as well as a large CPU cutout.
Taking the opposite side panel off the case we can see how the rest of the case is setup. Back here we find three more SSD mounts. These mounts are easily removed from the case by a single thumbscrew so you can install your drive outside of the case. For those wondering how much space is behind the motherboard tray there is just under an inch of space between the motherboard tray and back of the case.