A look on the inside of the case and you might notice some different features you would in other cases. The bottom of the case is almost entirely ventilation.
Towards the rear of the case is the bottom mounted PSU slot, which can be installed with the fan up or down, the tool-free expansion slots, water-cooling slots, rear 120mm fan and motherboard I/O slot.
The motherboard tray also isn’t any ordinary tray. It has a CPU cooler cutout so that you can change/install CPU coolers without removing the motherboard. There are also multiple hooks along the edge of the motherboard tray, allowing you to easier manage your cables. The nice part about these is that they are secured tightly, made of a hard plastic, and can be removed if necessary.
Tool-free devices are installed on six of the nine 5.25” drive bays, allowing you to quickly install these drives.
To install a 3.5” drive you must use one of the four included adapters, which also allow you to install a fan on the opposing side of the drive, giving the drive its’ own personal cooling system.
On the bottom of the case are four plastic feet which can be rotated around 180°.
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