A Look Inside
Taking the side panel of the case off we can take a closer look inside. Raidmax has painted the motherboard tray of the case white, which gives everything a cool contrast. The motherboard tray features a large CPU cutout and a few cable routing holes. You can also see that the standoffs are pre-installed. The case supports ATX and Micro ATX motherboards.
The 5.25-inch drive bays use a simple tool-less locking system. These are made of plastic so we will have to see how well they hold our drives in place. Normally there would be a hard drive cage under the 5.25-inch drive bays, but it is a big open space. This makes room for watercooling hardware or other extras. There are mounting holes for two 2.5-inch hard drive trays. You can also see the 120mm intake fan, and yes it is a LED fan.
Raidmax also has gone ahead and made the expansion slot covers white. They are held into place with thumbscrews. Moving up we can see the 120mm exhaust fan and the two 120mm top-mounted fans.
Taking the back side panel off of the case we can see how everything is setup. There is a smaller routing hole for your CPU power cable and of course the big CPU cutout. The other routing holes are smaller, but do have rubber inserts installed. There is not a lot of space between the backside of the motherboard tray and the side panel of the case so we will have to see how cable routing goes.
Inside of the case you will also find the bag of goodies which includes the user’s manual, mounting hardware, velcro ties, and zip ties.