A Look Inside
As we take a look inside the MC211 it has a pretty simple design with the main compartment housing your motherboard and graphics card. As I mentioned this case does support both Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX motherboards. There is a little extension bracket that enabled Micro-ATX support. If you are going with Micro-ATX just know part of your motherboard will block the side cooling mounts.
The side cooling mount supports two 120 mm fans, Redragon does not list watercooling support for this section of the case.
The entire bottom of the main compartment is ventilated, but you won’t find any fan mounts here. As we look at the expansion slot covers they are the ones that bend off the case and a not replaceable. Be sure to be careful when removing these as you could bend the case.
Removing the opposite side panel we can see how the rest of the case is set up. The first thing I noticed when I go into this side of the case was a small controller. This is actually for the Rhythm Sync Lighting Bar, it has double-sided tape on it for you to mount it inside the case where it best suits your build. There is also an RGB header coming off it if you want your motherboard or other RGB controller to control the lighting. The entire thing is powered by a SATA connection so make sure you connect it during your build.
Towards the back of the case at the bottom is your power supply mount. This case does support full-size power supplies up to 160mm in length. Right above that is a storage mount, which is removable. This storage mount supports two 2.5-inch drives as well as one single 3.5-inch drive.
It is also worth noting that we have cable routing holes, which should make routing cables from the backside of the case to the main compartment pretty easy.