Before you start installation you are likely going to want to remove all of the panels. The side panels are easy enough to remove, but the front and back panels are as well. With them unlocked you simply pull them up to completely remove them from the case. With all of the panel removed we are ready to start installing our hardware.
The first thing we are going to install is our motherboard. With all of the room in the main compartment it goes in very easily.
Next is our AiO, which we want to install on the top of the case. The top of the case features a removable mount so we can easily mount the NZXT Kraken X52 outside of the case and then easily install the whole mount back inside the case.
We also had three fans we wanted to install in the front of the case. This section of the case has a removable mount. So we can install our fans in the mount then just easily reinstall the mount.
Hard drives are next, we will start with our two 2.5-inch solid state drives. These are going to go on the backside of the motherboard tray. So we just remove the two mounts, install our drives, and then re-install the mounts. In Win really makes it easy to install most of your hardware easily and outside of the 915.
For 3.5-inch hard drive installation we will be using the larger trays. These are also removable from the case and you can simply slide your drive into them, for 3.5-inch installation they are completely tool-less. Just be sure your connections are facing towards you when you are sliding them back in. While are are at the bottom of the case you’ll want to slide in your power supply as well.
The last thing to install is our graphics card. With all of the room we have there are no issues getting it installed.
Now it is time to finishing connecting everything and clean up our wires a little bit. While there are a few tie-down points on the back-side of the motherboard, I wish there were more. Although In Win does include cable organizers that have double-sided tape on them that you can attach wherever there is a flat surface inside the case. Overall I think we have a very clean build and remember no one will be able to see your cable mess because of the rear side panel.