At the top side we see a large mesh for all kinds of fans you could install there. This can hold a massive 200mm fan or two 120mm fans, we spot large open mesh vents. There is no dust filter under there. Anyway, liquid cooling could be an option here, but your limitation will be a dual 120mm radiator size.
Along with the chassis also comes a box with additional components, brackets for a floppy disk, a little speaker, screws, tie wraps, manual, 3.5" converter bracket for SSDs and tool less hinges for 3.5" SSD/HDDs.
Here we see the side panel with plexi-glass see through window, this is optional by the way as there also will be a model with closed panel. Overall a nice little panel.
And here's where we reach the inside of the chassis. There's surprisingly much space to work in, there's a lot of clearance on all sides. Remember this is a mid-tower.
Nice to see that matte black design leads inwards as well, that will certainly make your computer components pop out a little better. At the bottom we see space for the power supply, make sure you have a PSU with nice lengthy cabling as you can route it behind the motherboard.
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