On the bottom of the case there are 2 spots for 120mm fans and honeycombed webbing over where your power supply's fan will go. Thermaltake is also using a tool-less system for your PCI cards. As I said there are 2 120mm exhaust fans, but that's not all. If you look up at the top of the case there is another large 230mm top exhaust fan.
Another cool feature that we mentioned before is the fan spot behind the motherboard tray, very cool to see case companies thinking of ways to keep your CPU cool. Along the bottom of the case you will notice a molex connector. It is connected to a connection bridge for the 230mm side panel fan. This way you don't have to unplug the molex connector when you take off the side panel; also it keeps it out of the way too.
The front of the case easily comes off, which is nice since most times you are taking off a front bezel it feels like you are breaking the case. Once the front bezel is removed you can see the 120mm intake fan, which lights up bright red. Also if you flip the front bezel around you can see that each 5.25-inch bay cover also has a dust filter to keep unwanted dust out of your case.
If we take the other side panel off we can check out the C.R.M.3 (Cable Routing Management 3) in action. C.R.M.3 is basically 3 covers that clip on to the back of the motherboard tray that let you hide wires and make the back of your case look clean.
Finally we have the accessories box. Inside you will find 5.25-inch to 3.5-inch drive bay converters, 5.25 to floppy drive bay converter, extra 120mm fan, 3.5-inch drive bezel cover, motherboard standoffs, screws, 24pin ATX power extension, and 4/8 pin ATX power extension.