Cables for frontpanel connectivity are orderly tied together for transport. Hey, we like details.
Very spacious, you will spot five optical drive bays (5.25") to choose from, each feature a latch that has an 'open' and 'lock' position. These latches are just great, mounting could not be any easier - just line up the holes on the optical drive you just inserted into the case and flick the latch to 'lock', that's all.
Here we have the PSU location. We'd advise regular ATX form factor PSUs but ones that are a tiny bit longer won't be a problem either. The bottom has a dust filter which is accessible at the bottom of the chassis.
Once powered up we see the red LED become active at the front side. The chassis it not at all noisy. It would be nice though to see the more enthusiast targeted chassis with some sort of fan controller built in.
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