A Look Inside
The first thing you see when you open the case is the 200mm fan on the side panel. One thing I love that Thermaltake does that no one else seems to do is add contacts on the side panel and on the case so you don’t have to worry about connecting the side panel fan before you close your side panel.
Taking a look at the inside of the case you can see that Thermaltake has done something a little different here. Normally with a white case you see a white interior, but Thermaltake has opted for a black interior. Looking at the cable routing holes you have 5, and they do include the rubber inserts installed.
Starting at the front of the case you have the four 5.25-inch drive bays, which use a tool-less system. Below that you have six hard drive trays. These trays easily come out and support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives.
The bottom of the case is completely ventilated. There is a removable riser that will lift your power supply off the bottom of the case for better airflow. Moving up you can see the 140mm exhaust fan and 200mm top-mounted fan. There is also a very large CPU cutout.
Taking the opposite side of the case off you can see how your cables are going to be routed and the design of the case. There is more than enough room behind the motherboard tray to route your cables.
Also included inside the case is a bag of goodies. It includes your mounting hardware, cable ties, CPU power extension, a 5.25-inch to 3.5-inch drive adapter and 3.5-inch front plate.