Installation on the Gamma is relatively simple. The motherboard standoffs went in without any problems and using the correct screws for attaching the motherboard was easy as the screw packages are labeled.
The power supply fits snug into position with the four rubber pads holding it into place.
Installing an expansion card just requires removing an expansion bay cover by removing the screw holding it to the case.
Installing an external drive requires you to remove the front panel. Removing the panel is easy; just pull out on the bottom. There’s not a whole lot of extra steel sitting inside of this case, which is part of the reason on why it’s so light.
Installing the drive is just as easy as removing the bay cover, sliding it in the bay and securing it with two, or four, thumbscrews.
The hard drive cage on the Gamma is designed to route the cables out the opposing side of the case to have better cable management. Two hard drive rails will easily attach to either side of the hard drive.
The hard drive snaps easy into the drive bay.
While I didn’t use much of the cable management features of the case after I competed the installation, there are still quite a number to use inside of this case.