When we flip around the unit we can see the side panel a little better. A simple with for ventilation and we see the front-panel connectors. We'll zoom in and explain that later on though.
When we ttile the unit to the right wer get a bit of a subwoofer feel really, I really do like the sheer looks. At the left side again a mesh with removable dust filter can be spotted. The front bezel can be removed actually, let me show you that:
If you pull the bezel forward you will stumble into two Front mounted 92mm Silent Series R2 hydraulic bearing fans, 1300 RPM speed (compatible with 80mm fans) – these are included and factory installed. In front of it is a removable air filter that ensures a dust-free environment for internal components.
The top panel can be removed be removing four thumbnails at the back and then pull it towards you, and then upwards. The size of the chassis by the way is is chassis is (W x H x D): 250 x 210 x 374 mm with a Net weight of 5 kg.
At the backside rear IO we spot a 140mm fan factory installed and to the right you'll notice two card expansion slots. The matte black paint job is terrific a little sensitive to scratches though.
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