- Category: PC Cases
- Published: Tuesday, 27 September 2011 04:00
- Written by Lersar
The internal design is also elegant in the fact that it manages to look simplistic, but is highly configurable. The two fans we see on the drive bays are configurable. We can remove those bays and change the orientation of the drives if we so desire, moving where the fans are pointing as well. This gives you flexibility in how you want the airflow passing through the case.
There is a whole lot of room below the mainboard, which is in support of those extended ATX boards. The inside is packed with pass-through’s to help keep the wiring clean. There is a large cutout on the mainboard tray that should give you plenty of flexibility in choosing aftermarket CPU coolers. I will be leaving the 3.5” drive bays in this configuration as it is my preference. I can stash wires here out of sight and out of the way, so it works for me.