A Look Inside
Opening the case up and getting inside is very easy. You’ll notice these pull tabs on each side of the case. Just pull them to release the side panels. Once released they will just sit there for easy removal. So there are no screws or anything to remove to get into the case.
Looking at the main compartment of the case there is quite a lot of room inside. This case supports motherboards up to 12″ x 13.5″ E-ATX as well as the longest graphics cards out there. There are quite a lot of cable routing holes visible as well.
On the power supply cover is two fan mounts. Each mount is removable and supports both 120 / 140 mm fans. If you don’t plan to use them for fans you can mount two 2.5-inch SSDs on each.
Looking at the opposite side of the case we can see how the rest of the case is setup. On the rear of the motherboard tray there are four removable SSD mounts. You can also see a 24-pin ATX power connection extender. There is to make sure your 24-pin cable will reach to your motherboard.
The bottom of the case is separated into two different sections. One is for your power supply and this case can support the longest power supplies out there.
The other houses four removable hard drive trays. These trays support both 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives. So in total this case supports up to 12 hard drives! Another interesting thing is that you can remove the divider between the two bottom sections to support even longer power supplies.