Author: Greg Baden
The inside of the case looks plain except for the blue elements that stick out such as the case fans and 5.25” easy-install drive bays. Inside of the case you’ll also find the hardware box which includes three sets of hard drive rails, hardware, and Users Manual.
The PSU slot is located at the bottom of the case and is held up by three raised divots in the bottom of the case. Above the PSU are seven expansion slots with tool-free installation devices; however the expansion bay covers can’t be reused once removed.
Above that is the rear exhaust fan, 120mm in size, and two 120mm fans on top of the case.
Towards the front of the case is the hard drive cage which houses up to four drives. The hard drive cage swivels out for installation, but we’ll go over this more later on in the review. Above that an external 3.5” drive and five external 5.25” drive bays, each with their own tool-free installation devices.