A Look Inside
Opening the case us is very easy, just remove the 2 thumbscrews on the side panel and slide the panel off. Looking inside we can see that the blue theme is continued here with accents on the 5.25-inch bays and the hard drive trays. The inside of the case is all blue, which is pretty much standard these days. There are 5 large cable routing holes.
At the bottom of the case you can see the large section of ventilation holes. There is also a power supply lift that will lift your power supply up for good airflow. It can be moved to support longer power supplies.
Thermaltake has gone with the typical thumbscrews on the I/O panels. I really am not a fan of tool-less systems here and I don’t think Thermaltake is either. Moving up you can see the 140mm exhaust fan and the 200mm top-mounted fan.
Moving towards the front of the case the first thing that immediately stands out is the hard drive trays. These trays are all removable and have that blue accent that we have been seeing all around this case. Each of the 6 trays can support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives.
The optical drives use a new tool-less system that we have not seen from Thermaltake. It will be interesting to see if these work well or not.
Taking the opposite side panel off we can get a good look at the back of the motherboard tray and we can see where all of the cable routing holes go. Also that is where Thermaltake has all of the internal connectors. It is nice to see an internal USB 3.0 connector.
Also inside of the case you will find a box of goodies that includes a mounting bracket for 3.5-inch external devices, 3.5-inch external bezel cover, CPU power extender, cable ties and mounting screws.