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At the front, there are 2 removable, stackable drive cages with 3 toolless 3.5” drive caddies each. You can also install 2.5” drives in them, but that will require you to screw them on. At other side there are 4 toolless 2.5” drive mounts, lots of space and cutouts with rubber grommets for cable management. The motherboard cutout is large enough to where you shouldn’t have any issues installing an aftermarket cooler, for which there is 170mm of clearance from the motherboard to the front panel. There’s also enough room for a 4-way graphics card setup with up to 340mm with the drive cage installed and up to 460mm of clearance with it removed. See More
The front of the case is much wider than the 5.25” bay, which is commonly used for the installation optical drives and fan controllers. There is no hinge or a smaller cut-out for your optical drive, so it ends up looking out of place with the front cover removed, revealing matte black slits on the sides. The drive bay is attached by studs and you would have to use a drill to get it out of the case if you don’t want it there, or need more space for your custom build. See More
This case has plenty of space inside to fit a custom water cooling loop and if that is not enough, there are 2 punch-out holes at the back if you want to set up external cooling. It comes with 3 140mm fans preinstalled out of the box, 2 in the front, 1 in the back and has room for a total of 8 fans. You can fit up to a 360mm radiator at the top, 280mm in the front and 240mm on the bottom, if you remove the 3.5” drive cages. See More
This case was released back in 2013 and while it still keeps up with others in most areas, the side panels don’t seem to be one of them. The panels are not very flimsy, but they still tend to bend and can cause some issues with closing the case. They’re not hinged, there is no rail and it’s not unlikely that you’ll end up having trouble getting all 4 corners of the panel in their place. See More
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A lot of buyer complaints are about the case arriving broken. Some of the most common areas for breaking are the front panel attachment points. Another issue seems to be the included accessory box breaking open in the case and scratching up the paint and the windows from inside the case during travel. Buying the case in person might save you some trouble. See More
One of the things that this case does not lack is room for cooling. It can have up to 10 fans installed at once, bottom and front can have a radiator of up to 240mm. At the top there’s enough space for a 420mm radiator. The case also comes with a bracket for a liquid cooling reservoir, that can be installed onto the 3.5” drive bay. See More
There are a few options for customizing the look of the internal layout. You can remove the hard drive bays and push the dividing wall back to create a more open space. There’s also a bracket that will help you hide your power supply and the cable mess that comes with it. You probably won’t have any clearance issues installing a large gpu, since there’s 347mm of room even without removal of the 3.5” drive bay. The back of the case is covered with velcro straps for cable management, yet still has plenty of spots for zip ties. See More