- Packaging and Specifications
- About the Case Packaging
- External Impressions Part 1
- External Impressions Part 2
- Internal Impressions Part 1
- Internal Impressions Part 2
- Complete Setup
Also there’s a tray on the top of the case. I don’t use it, maybe a lot of people don’t use it. Nevertheless the tray ends up collecting dust in the long run. Maybe a plain sheet of thin rubber might do a better job- something like how Bitfenix Shinobi has. Again, its more of a preference rather than a con.
Honey combed vents for the rear fans and vented PCIE slots. 120mm fan is provided by default but you can install 140mm fan should you choose to do so. 4 rubber grommets are provided should you wish to use it, but as far as standard ATX cases do, not a lot of people will aim for a full fledged water cooling setup- for the CPU and for the GPU. But good thing is that the ring of the grommet is thick and strong, so if you are planning to reroute loops through it, the grommet will not come out.
There’s a slidable air filter for 2x 140mm fans, covering the psu and a bottom mount fan. Case feet are large with a thick strip of rubber. The strips seem be stuck using a strong enough adhesive. Just next to the filters there are 4 thumbscrews that holds the hard drive cage. The hand grip on the bottom of the front panel face plate is enclosed. A lot of cases have them open but what happens especially if you have the case on the ground, the front fans could suck some amount of dust in.
The right side panel is plain with the design similar to the left side panel. The left side panel comes with a large 200mm fan by default. However do note that all the fans have a 3 pin header designed to occupy only the fan controllers and not on the motherboard header.
However should you choose, you can mount upto 2x 120mm/140mm fans in its place. However for a side panel fan which pushed the air in to improve better circulation, there is no dust filtering mesh. Truth be told its a little odd to see this oversight.