Installation is pretty simple throughout the entirety of the case. Thermaltake has included six pre-installed motherboard standoffs, so you will only have to install a couple of others for your motherboard installation.
To install an expansion card you have to remove one of the covers. The covers don’t look reusable at first, but getting a closer look reveals that they are. There is a hook on the top to secure it in the screw hole and a latch on the bottom which rests on the outside of the case. Just simply get a firm grip on either side of the cover and gently slide up the cover. You can then install your expansion cards and secure them with a screw.
The first step to installing a 5.25” device is to remove the front panel so that you can remove the bay covers.
Once you get your desired covers removed, just simply slide your drive in and attach the tool-free slide and lock mechanism.
Installing a hard drive is almost as easy as the 5.25” drives. Simple slide out the tray by pressing on the two flaps and pull the tray out. Slide the drive into the left side of the tray (there are notches instead of screw holes), which will secure the drive into position where you can attach the opposing sides’ screws.
Then simply slide the tray back into the slot until it clicks into position.
The case looks pretty nice once it’s finished.
Especially once it’s powered on.