Sunbeam Automation Mid Tower Case Review

A Look Inside
The side panels of the case take a pretty hard tug to get off, no wonder Sunbeam put those handles on. Once you get the side panel off you can take a look inside the case and see that it is a pretty plain jane design. Inside the case you will also find the instruction manual and a bag of screws and motherboard standoffs.

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As I said the internal design is pretty plain there is no tool-less system on anything, which some people may not like, but it is not a big deal to me. You will find room inside for 3 hard drives, and 2 3.5-inch external devices. In front of the hard drives there is a 120mm intake fan, giving you 3 total fans, all are 120mm. The 5 5.25-inch external drive bays use screws as well.

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Sunbeam has used removable PCI slot covers, once again nothing tool-less here, just good old screws. Sunbeam also uses a plain black 120mm fan on the back.

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