Author: Greg Baden
The interior of the case is completely black, minus a couple of screws and wires. Inside of the case are all the necessary hardware components labeled in separate bags.
Towards the front of the case is the hard drive cage which faces the side panels and holds up to five 3.5” drives. In one of the bays is a 2.5” drive converter to hold SSD and other small drives. Above it lays another two 3.5” drive bays, one of which can be used externally. On top of that is the four 5.25” external drive bays.
In the rear of the case you’ll find a lower mounted power supply mount which has four rubber place holders as well as air holes for airflow. Above that are the seven expansion slot covers which are made of a meshed metal and secured by a screw.
Towards the top of the case you’ll find the two fans, 120mm on the rear and 140mm on the top. The white fan blades stand out with the complete black design. On the motherboard you’ll also find plenty of raised loopholes for tying cables down. You’ll also find a couple set of holes that have the same rubber housing as the two holes on the back of the case, but can be used to send cables between the back to the front of the motherboard and vice versa.
The bottom of the case also houses a small filter that can be easily removed to clean the dust from the power supply.