A Closer Look: Exterior
Let’s take a look at the exterior of the case. This first shot we have is of the side of the case with the tempered glass on. Mind you, there are 2 different shades of tempered glass panels. One is darker and should be used on the back side of the case to help with cable management. The tempered glass is held in place by 4 large threaded standoffs. Each one of these standoffs has a rubber grommet that goes over the middle to help protect the glass. This is why AZZA includes an Allen wrench in the accessories package.
Here we can see the standoffs that are used to attach the tempered glass. AZZA includes 2 sizes, the larger of the two are for the front panel glass. The shorter of the two is for the top glass and rear glass.
Onto the back of the case, near the top, we see the I/O shield cutout. Next, to that, we see the rear exhaust fan mount. This location can hold either 1x 120mm fan or 1x140mm fan. Below that we see the PCI-E covers, there are 8 covers here. Below these, we see the I/O cutout for the ITX system as well as 2 vertical PCI-E slots for a vertical mount graphics card for the ITX system.
Below the I/O cutout for the ITX system is the PSU shroud. This can be accessed by taken 6 screws out and removing the plate. This plate is then attached to the PSU via 4 screws. This side shows the second power cord extension so you can install 2 PSU’s in the case under the shroud. The second PSU gets installed in the front of the case behind the front panel. The extension routes through the PSU shroud so that both plugs can be on the same side of the case.
Moving onto the back side of the case we see the back tempered glass, again held in place by 4 standoffs. These are the smaller standoffs that are used on the top of the case as well. In this picture, we can see the venting in the PSU shroud. This is beneficial because, with 2 power supplies in the shroud, it can get very warm.
Taking a look at the bottom of the case we can see 2 more vents for the PSU. This area can be accessed through the bottom of the case from a couple of screws.
Moving onto the front of the case. We see the front panel here with the Ragnarok branding as well as vent holes for air movement. We also see the front panel I/O here. Here is a list of the I/O on the front panel:
● Power Button
●2 USB 2.0 Ports
●2 USB 3.0 Ports
●HD Audio Jacks
In this picture without the front panel on we can see the mounting system for the front fans or radiators. The front of this case can fit up to 3x 120mm fans or 2 140mm fans. Next, to the fans, there are a couple of passthrough holes to route cables. There is also the ability to install up to a 360mm radiator in the front. The front panel is removed by 2 screws, one on the top and one on the bottom. Included in the accessories pack was 2 additional screws to better secure the front panel to the case. In the front, under the PSU shroud is the other mounting system for the second PSU.