Author: Greg Baden
Removing the left side panel reveals the noise dampening foam found everywhere except for on the mesh.
The interior of the case has a complete black coating, including most of the hardware. There are your signature bright yellow/green fan blades and hard drive rails that In Win seems to put in all of their cases. Towards the bottom of the case is the PSU slot with four rubber raisers and easily removable fan filter. Two additional rubber raisers (included) can be used to help support lengthier power supplies.
Moving up the rear of the case are the 8 expansion slots with mesh covers and tool-free installation mechanism, rear 120mm fan and four water-cooling holes. You’ll also find another signature colored fan on the top of the chassis and a more subtle transparent black 120mm blue LED fan behind the CPU cooler cutout.
Towards the front of the case is the internal 6-bay 90 degree rotated hard drive cage along with a non-rotated dedicated 2.5” dedicated slot above it. Above that are the five external 5.25”, of which one will be pre-occupied by the drive rail holder, which can be removed if necessary.