The way the door system is setup on the Urban T81 is that you can easily remove the larger swing door. Just simply lift it up and take it off. This will make installation much easier. To start off installation we are going install our motherboard. This is easily installed as there is quite a lot room inside of the case. Also Thermaltake has pre-installed the standoffs, which saves you a step.
Optical drive installation is extremely easy. Just remove one of the two bezel covers and slide your drive in. It will lock into place with the tool-less locking system.
Both your 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch hard drives will need screwed into the hard drive trays. Once you have your drives secured in the trays just slide them back into one of the three hard drive cages.
The power supply installs on the bottom of the case. It easily slides right in without any issues at all. This case should have no problem with longer power supplies at all.
With the power supply installed we can go ahead and route all of our cables and get everything connected. I had no problem routing most of my cables behind the motherboard tray and the metal cable organizers worked quite well. Installing my video card was simple and there is more than enough room for very long video cards in this case.
With everything installed you can see that we have a very clean build with lots of room for expansion.
With the side panel back on the case we can see that the side panel window will nicely show off our installed hardware.