For a full tower chassis, the inside was smaller than I was expecting. It seemed to me that the only difference was the extra couple inches of vertical space inside the case. By tapping on the case you can tell how sturdy and well constructed it is.
Towards the rear of the case are two stacked black 120mm fans found to the left side of the I/O slot, above the PCI slots and below the power supply slot.
Six 3.5″ internal drive bays face outward from the case in the front of the case. Above that lies the two external 3.5″ bays and five external 5.25″ drive bays. Each of the bays found in the case have six holes, three on either side, which I would assume would be for airflow purposes.
An additional two 80mm fans can be installed; one on the top of the case and one on the bottom which includes a filter. You won’t find these fans included with the case, but you will find plenty of hardware and screwless installation brackets and the user’s manual.