When we look at the bottom we see white rubber feet to prevent resonating and vibration, a nice large mesh for PSU ventilation and to the right two spots for 120mm fans or again a dual 120mm rad, conveniently covered with a removable dust filter. The PSU mesh also has a separate dust filter you can optionally install, let me show you these accessories.
Here we see the accessories included in the box, you'll receive screws, motherboard stand-offs, a 3.5" bracket, cable ties, a 5.25" to 3.5" mesh dust filter panel for the PSU, plastic rivets, and a mobo buzzer.
Right, it's time to look at the innards. After removing the side panel we again can't help it but are are immediately impressed by the completely black coating, our eyes get lured directly to the six 3.5" removable trays for your HDDs, we spot improved grommet holes for cable / wiring management, which is nice.
Quite different from the original CM 690 alright. There's also plenty of space to work in, but not unimportant, it's large and spacious enough to fit bulky components in. Good to know is that VGA cards can have a length of 304mm and the CPU cooler height can be a maximum of 177mm.
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