A Look Inside
Since the panels are on a hinge getting inside the case is really easy. Opening the main panel we can get a better look at how the inside of the case is designed. Unlike many modern cases we have a large open layout that is not separated into compartments. As far as motherboard support this case will fit motherboards all the way up to E-ATX.
Towards the front of the case we have two hard drive cages. These cages have two plastic removable trays that support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives. Each of the hard drive cages can be fully removed from the case. There is also a mounting plate for a pump / reservoir on the bottom of the case.
Unlike many cases that have a full-length power supply cover this case has one that only extends about half the case. It has a an acrylic window in it, which allows you to show off the power supply you are using. On top of it is a single 2.5-inch hard drive mount, which is removable. There is also mounts for vertical GPU placements, although this case does not come with ribbon cable you need to connect your GPUs this way.
Flipping over to the backside of the case there is quite a lot of room here as well. We can see plenty of routing holes as well as tie-down points. Back here you’ll find three removable storage trays. These trays support either a single 3.5-inch drive, or two 2.5-inch hard drives.