A Closer Look: Interior
Inside the tempered glass panel, we are met with the motherboard tray. This motherboard tray is outfitted with multiple standoff locations for different size motherboards. This case can fit the following size motherboards: ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX, E-ATX, and XL-ATX. We also can see multiple cable routing holes as well.
Next to the motherboard standoffs are the mounting holes for the HDD’s and the SSD’s. These can be mounted in either orientation whether you want your drives in the front of your case visible or the rear of the case. We do have a couple of cutouts as well to route cables to said items. This case can fit up to 4 HDD’s or 4 SSD’s, however, you cannot mount them in the same spots as the mounting holes are in the same position.
This case can fit multiple fans in it. The top of the case can support up to 4x 120mm fans or a 280mm-420mm radiator. The front of the case can fit up to 3x120mm fans or 2x140mm fans. If you don’t run the 2nd system, you can place 4x120mm fans on the PSU shroud. In the back for rear exhaust, you can install 1x120mm fan or 1x140mm fan.
On top of the PSU shroud is where you see additional mounting points for the secondary system. This space can only fit an ITX system. We can see on the backside of the case the I/O cutout as well as the vertical PCI-E brackets.
Going to the back side of the case we can see that we have a decent amount of space back here to route cables. With multiple cable holes in the front, we can easily route multiple cables to look nice and neat. The PSU shroud also works as a place to hide some cables with the added “troughs” in the back area of the PSU shroud.