When we flip the unit around we can see the side panel a little better. The chassis has a very simplistic and clean looking style. Rounded curvature, me likey ;) Three Silent Series R2 fans with integrated fan controller are included in this unit. We'll peek at them later on once we open up the chassis.
The frontside can house four 5.25" storage units like ODDs. The bezel ventilation grill can be taken out. In fact let me show you that.
So if you pull the bezel forward you will stumble into a removable fan filter for easy dust maintenance and washing. There is one front hydraulic bearing 140mm Silent Series R2 fan mounted, these are specced at a 1000 RPM. There is space for another 120/140mm fan (not included) and yes, in front of it is a removable air filter that ensures a dust-free environment for internal components.
The top and side panels can be removed be removing thumbnails at the back, then pull the panels towards you. The size of the chassis by the way is (WxHxD): 232 x 572 x 552mm and has a Net weight of 13.8 kg. At the backside rear IO we spot a 140mm fan (1000 RPM R2 fan) factory installed. Below it we spot 9 expansion slots. At the bottom you can house the biggest bad-azz PSU you like of course.
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