A Look Inside
Getting inside of the case is a little harder than you might think. You need to remove 6 small screws on the side panel of the case to take it off and get inside. After you get the side panel off you can see that the case is divided into top and bottom sections.
At the front of the case you will find 2 120mm intake fans. These fans have nice fan guards on them as well. Moving to the back part of the case you can see the PCI slot covers and where your motherboard is going to go.
Moving up there is a spot for your power supply. This case will fit a normal-sized ATX power supply, so you do have some options when picking a power supply. On the other side of that is the hard drive cage, which can fit up to 3 3.5-inch drives.
If we take off the opposite side of the case we can really get a view of what is inside. Just like the other panel you need to remove 6 small screws. On the other side you can see the hard drive cage and you can see a large thumbscrew that will help you remove the 5.25-inch drive bays. These is quite a lot of room inside this case, it can fit video cards up to 280mm in length.
Inside the case you will also find some mounting hardware, USB connectors and speaker wire.