Starting at the front we have a very sleek, simplistic, door which opens either way.
Opening the door we find a thick layer of noise isolating foam and magnets to keep the door closed.
From the top we have two 5.25” bays and a single X-dock hot swap bay.
Further down we have a filtered cover, it would have been nice if this would have been a more open design so it didn’t restrict the air.
Removing the cover/filter allows us to see the two 120mm 1200RPM fans, these can be removed and a single 140mm fan can be installed in either the top or bottom position.
The sides are both the same and at the front we have some vents that help the fans intake cool air and at the bottom there are four rubber feet and a plastic part in the middle.
Around the back, starting from the top we have two water cooling grommets for pipes to pass through, the IO area where you install the OI shield plate that comes with your motherboard, a 120mm 1200RPM exhaust fan, 7+1 expansion slots and a place to install your PSU whichever way up you prefer.
The bottom has a large filter which filters the PSU’s fan and the air inlet on the bottom, a 120mm fan can be placed here. The four rubber feet are soft and will ensure the case doesn’t scratch any surface it is left on.
The top is quite plain with the covers closed.
With the covers opened we see a spot to mount a 120mm or 140mm exhaust fan along with the power and reset buttons, two USB 2.0, two USB 3.0, head phone and microphone jacks, SD card reader, dual boot hard drive switch, fan controller switch that switches the stock fans between 1200 and 700 RPM.