Author: Greg Baden
Removing the side panel reveals 220mm fan with a plastic grill attached to it. It also reveals the inside of the case, which seems to have cables laying everywhere.
Towards the front of the case is the 3.5″ drive cage which houses five drives each with their own set of drive rails. The upper most drive bay houses the parts box, which attaches nicely inside one of the 3.5″ slots. Above the hard drive cage is the four 5.25″ external bays and one internal 3.5″ drive bay.
Towards the rear of the case you’ll find the seven expansion slots, 120mm fan, I/O slot and power supply slot.
The hardware box, which fits nicely in a 3.5″ bay can hold and organize all of your parts. Getting an inside look at the top of the case reveals the two blue LED fans, which are attached to the top of the case.
To get to them you need to remove the two screws holding the plastic cover to the top of the case. You then slide back on the cover and lift up to remove it.