A Look Inside
Getting inside the case is pretty simple just take out the 2 screws on the side panel and it will come right off. Taking a look inside we can see that Thermaltake has gone with an all black interior, which most people should enjoy. We can take another look at the 120mm blue LED exhaust fan.
Moving down towards the bottom of the case we can see a filer over where your PSU’s fan will be. This will keep dust in your case to a minimum. Right beside that is the 120mm optional fan placement, which we talked about on the previous page.
The hard drive cage is pretty simple it is the normal vertical stand where you place your hard drives in horizontally. Notice that there is 1 tool-less adapter for a hard drive and another for a 3.5-inch external device, but no others were included. I guess this was to save Thermaltake money, and also many people have only 1 or 2 hard drives.
Moving up we can see the 4 external 5.25-inch bays, once again there is only 1 tool-less adapter. If you have more than 1 drive you are going to have to use screws for them.
Also inside we found a bag of screws and motherboard standoffs.