The case comes with a bog of goodies with includes all of your mounting hardware, zip ties, foam inserts for the PSU bay, 200 mm fan brackets, 3-pin fan adapter, and a user’s guide.
Before I even started installation the first thing that I wanted to do was remove the two hard drive cages as I knew I was not going to use them. Taking them out just gives me extra space as well as makes the inside of the case look less cluttered. After removing those it was time to install our motherboard, which went in quite easily.
Hard drives are next, we are going to be installing all of our drives on the rear of the case. So we remove to of the storage trays and install our drives. Then we simply reinstall them.
For power supply installation we found that it was pretty easy to slide in our power supply from the front of the case. If you happened to have a longer power supply you can actually totally remove the power supply cover for installation, but for most people you won’t have to do that.
Before you install your graphics card you are likely going to want to connect everything on the bottom of your motherboard. After you have those things connected you can install your graphics card, again we have plenty of room here.
Finally we have to wire everything up. On the backside of the case we really did not have to tie anything down since there was so much room back there.
On the main side of the case we have a really clean build. The entire installation process was quite easy and we really did not run into any issues. With the main side panel closed and our system powered on you can easily see the lights through the tempered glass. If you really want to light up the inside of the case I would suggest RGB fans or RGB strips. There is also a blue LED ring around the power button that lights up when you have your system powered on.