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Removing all the HDD cages, you can see that the front intake fan is rather large also. Coming in at an identical 200mm, it should pull in a tonne of air to keep things nice and chilly.


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The rear exhaust fan is slightly more traditional, at 120mm in standard back plastic.


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Underneath this fan is the final toolless mechanism for the PCI brackets. They loosen by simply pressing down the top and tilting them back, and lock in place by reversing the procedure. This doesn’t work quite as well as the ones on the Lian Li PC-A70F which were my favourite PCI clips of all time, but these ones are a close second.


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On the inside of the top panel, we can see the large 200mm fan that exhausts air right out the top of the case. It’s got the same translucent fan blades and frame with a central holographic sticker.


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At the base of the case there are four heavily padded feet which not only support the chassis, but would also dampen vibrations from the internals.


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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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