Removing the side panel reveals the sound-insulating foam covering ever y inch of the one side panel which isn’t part of the mesh.
The other side panel can be seen through the inside of the case to also be covered with sound insulating foam. You can see that the inside of the case is also rather large.
Starting at the bottom of the case is a removable filter along with four vibration reducing rubber pads. Standard size PSU’s will fit here, but if you want to add longer power supplies, you still can; you just have to add an additional two rubber pads.
Working our way up the back of the case are the four water cooling holes and a unique tool-free installation device for the expansion slots. The device is placed towards the side of the case to give you maximum room. This tool-free system is pretty unique; I haven’t seen it in any other case. Working our way towards the top of the case are two 120mm fans.
Towards the front of the case is the hard drive cage, facing towards the side panels, which supports five 3.5” drives. Above that is room for a 2.5” drive, followed by the five 5.25” drive bays, one of which houses the drive rails.
The motherboard tray also has a CPU cutout in it, making it easier to install or remove CPU coolers; this is a very handy feature, especially when you review a lot of CPU coolers, like me. Of course the case comes packed with all the necessary hardware and extremely decorative user’s manual.
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