Removing the side panel reveals the 220mm blue LED fan and the inside of the case, which doesn’t appear to be too large.
The front of the case houses the nine 5.25” drive bays, each with their own unique tool-free installation device.
A hard drive cage rests at the bottom three 5.25” bays. Unfortunately you have to remove the hard drive cage to actually install any drives.
Towards the rear of the case we have the bottom mounted power supply slot which has a mesh filter to capture the dust. Above the power supply slot are the seven expansion slots with their own tool-free attachments. It confuses me that In Win left one of the slots open and left the other slots with covers that weren’t reusable. The empty slot could be replaced with the reusable cover that is included with the case.
Above the expansion slots two of the 120mm internal fans: one is on the back of the case while the other is on the top. The reusable slot and hardware as well as a fancy User’s Manual are included with the case.