Hyte Y40 chassis review

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Product Showcase - Exterior

 Product Showcase - Exterior


There is some revolution on the back (well, we had it already in the Y60). The Y40 has hooks to allow cable management down the left side of the rear. The velcro strips (not in the bundle) would come in handy here. HYTE has labeled each area for its purpose. You can spot six horizontal half-height expansion slots (the covers are reusable and have air vents). There are four vertical expansion slots for the graphics card.


The PSU bracket is not removable (and it would allow easier PSU installation). There’s a single set of mounting holes, but that should be fine.



You can see a place for the 120 mm fan space at the back, with a pre-installed 120 mm (1300 rpm) unit.


You’ll find a front I/O panel on the bottom of the front of the case. The selection is broad while we’re at it, with two USB 3.0 ports, an audio jack, and a button to power your system. There’s also a USB 3.2 Type-C port – which is an excellent addition. This is a good solution for people who keep their cases on the desk, as reaching the ports will be accessible in a setup like that.



The left and the right panels are quickly and easily releasable (without any tools).

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