ID-Cooling T60-SFX Mini-ITX Gaming Chassis Review

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Interior


With the left side panel removed, the first thing you’ll find is a vertical hard drive bracket. This bracket will house 2 x 2.5″ drives. The bracket can be removed via four screws, making it easy to install the drives, but also giving you more room to install the main system components.

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There’s also a single 3.5″ drive bay in the top, giving you a total of three storage drives; not bad for such a small chassis.

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The rear 92mm fan is a good quality fan, which is a welcome thing given it’s the only fan.

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The SFX PSU mounts towards the front of the chassis and there’s a little room above and below it to allow for cable management, by which I mean “cable stuffing”.

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Remove the right side panel and you can screw the PSU into place, as well as attach the AC extension cable that runs through the chassis.

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