At the top of the case you have your front panel connectors. Alongside the two 3.5mm ports and an oversized, hooded power button.
Next to these is an indented bay, there’s three USB 2.0 ports and a single – blue highlighted – USB 3.0 port.
Just above and behind the front panel connections is an SSD dock. You can view the power and data ports through a clear plastic screen which is definately more of an enthusiast, hardware nerd feature.
The underside of the DF-85 has four rubber feet which help keep the case stable incase it takes a knock.
At the back of the case there’s a nicely sized hole where the PSU sits. However, oddly the case doesn’t have a grilled hole for air intake. Instead there are a few rubber spacers that allows air to be drawn from directly under the power supply.
Moving upwards, next to the PCI brackets you have two oversized watercooling tube holes with rubber surrounds.