With the side panel removed, you can clearly see that the chassis has the same powder black finish as much of the exterior, giving it a clean and uniform appearance. The backplate is cut with all kinds of holes for cable pass through, CPU-cooler mounting and more.
Here you can better see that offset hexagon pattern that lurks on the front radiator/fan mount panel, just behind the glass work of the chassis. This doesn’t look like much, but it’ll look stunning from the front if you mount LED fans here.
I the base, you’ve got a pair of 3.5″ hard drive bays, with tool-free trays and even an extra 2.5″ drive mount on the top of it. This whole bay can be completely removed should you not need it, but it can also be raised higher in the chassis, giving you great flexibility over your storage and cooling support.
The PSU must be mounted with the fan facing upwards in this chassis, as can be seen detailed on the removable sticker in the base of the chassis. What I do like, while it serves as nothing more than an aesthetics thing, is the plate above the PSU area, it just helps visually separate the areas without being invasive.
The rear 120mm fan is fitted with white LEDs, which should add a little colour to the interior and be nice and visible through the glass panels.
There are all kinds of cool stuff going on back here, with lots of well-placed cable pass through points, as well as three 2.5″ drive mounts!
There drive mounts can be removed a single thumb screw, allowing you to fit the drives and quickly reinstall the bracket.
With three of them, there are plenty of mounts to use even if you completely removed the front hard drive bays to make room for additional hardware or mods.