The Xigmatek Aquila has loads of space on the interior for a long graphics card, the Sapphire R9 270X is a huge card and it fits in the Aquila with room to spare.
One thing that I did struggle with is PSU clearance. The Seasonic power supply I’m using is a little longer than most ATX PSUs and with the addition of the modular cable connectors, it was a real struggle getting it into place; although I did finally manage it.
There’s a vast amount of space for a large CPU cooler, or even a water cooling loop with radiators in the back, top and front of the chassis.
Cable management looks a little scruffy here, but it’s actually pretty good. All excess cable is located in the base of the chassis, leaving airflow nice and clear in the top compartment; you could easily tidy this up with a few extra cable ties.
There is no cut-out for routing the motherboard CPU power cable, although despite the fact it looks a little scruffy trailing over the board like this, you won’t actually see this from the side panel window, so it’s no big deal.
With the side panel back in place, you can see the graphics card, the PSU and the bottom hard drive bays. I’m not so sure I want to see the PSU and would have preferred a wider, less tall window instead, but that’s just my personal preference.