A Look Inside
Getting the side panel off and looking inside you can see that things are a little bit different inside. I like that In Win was gone with the all black interior though. One of the first things you notice when you open the case up is the large CPU cutout in the motherboard tray. This is here so if you want to install an aftermarket CPU cooler you don’t need to remove your motherboard to do so.
Starting at the front of the case you have the 2 5.25-inch drive bays. These also can be used for hard drives as you will see on the next page when we start installation. Moving up there is a 140mm intake fan.
At the top you have the one 5.25-inch drive bay and 3.5-inch drive bay. You will also notice a spot for a 2.5-inch drive. So if you are wondering if you could fit your solid state drive in this case you can! All of the drive bays use a tool-less locking system, which seems to work pretty well.
Moving to the back of the case you can see the 2 cooling fans. All of the fans in this case have the neon yellow fins, which make them stand out. Moving down you have the 5 expansion slots. They are use a tool-less locking system as well.
Finally at the bottom of the case is the spot for your power supply. It has a fan filter. Included with the case is your mounting hardware and installation guide.