Removing the side panel reveals the large area of sound dampening foam, which can also be found on the opposing side panel. The interior of the case is all black and looks pretty typical for an interior of a case.
Starting at the bottom of the case are two airflow slots, one for the power supply and one for a 120mm fan, not included. The power supply is held in place by four rubber pads, which also help reduce noise and vibration. Towards the front of your case are your eight front mounted drive bays.
Further up you’ll find the three 5.25” external drive bays, which have their own easy to install mechanism which locks the drive into place.
Towards the back top of the case is the 120mm rear exhaust fan, motherboard I/O port and seven reusable expansion slots.
The motherboard tray also houses a large CPU cooler cutout and plenty of locations to send the cables to the 25mm of space behind the motherboard which can be utilized for cable management. NZXT also includes all of the hardware, which I have always found to be organized very well, so you’re not looting through a grab bag to find the right screw.