Here's the rear, the chassis has 7 expansion slots, this will allow you to go for two and three way SLI / CrossfireX configurations, all standard ATX board types will fit fine. Graphics cards with a size up-to 11.10-inch (281mm) can be installed. That's actually 15.80-inch (400mm) if you are willing to remove the top HDD cage.
At the top rear we spot a preinstalled 120mm exhaust fan, it has peripheral Molex and 3-pin connectors.
The interior is very well designed and for a mid tower, there's a lot of room to work with, even the larger components fit. For motherboard installation, the chassis uses the standard motherboard stand-offs that are positioned throughout the tray to fit specific motherboard sizes. For your information, the motherboard form factor sizes supported are Micro ATX and regular ATX
For 3.5" storage devices such as the traditional hard drive you'll spot two cages. The top cage is detachable and can be removed allowing installation of longer graphics cards.
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