It took me just twenty minutes to install my test rig. This isn’t exactly surprising given that the chassis is so easily accessible.
The PSU mount is easy to work and I even found a little extra space to bundle excess cables. Of course, a little work to create cut-to-length custom cables and some cable ties would look a whole lot better.
I’ve mounted the PSU to the top mount, as I found it easier to snug extra cables below the PSU than above it.
The PSU mount is really nice and it’s a great way of showing off your graphics card. Of course, it’s also a great way to show off all your other components too, as the CPU cooler and motherboard are also prominently displayed.
As I said before, there’s no backplate on this chassis. The motherboard I/O is exposed at the top of the chassis; no more fishing around the back for those pesky USB ports! Just don’t spill a drink over it.
Our Adata 128GB SSD is mounted on the top tray; which I think looks really cool mounted exposed like this.
Side panels back in place and you can still see all the interior workings of the rig. Throw a few subtle chassis lights in here and this thing will look incredible in a dark room.