The interior is the same colour as the exterior, keeping things nice and uniform. Nothing looks worse on a case than a naked metal interior.
PCI brackets use thumbscrews to keep themselves in place, providing a simple tooless solution.
At the rear is a single 12cm, white bladed exhaust fan with the ability to add another on the roof. However, they’re both a bit close to where a CPU cooler would be mounted so there could be clearance issues if you have an overly large HSF.
The motherboard tray has some great little indicators for where you need to install mobo spacers in order to correctly mount your motherboard type.
The optical drives have a tooless mechanism of their own, these great flexible clips. The left bends in and out to hold the 5.25″ drive in place while the little plastic NZXT button slides over to lock its position.
Beneath those drive bays, you have your storage cage. Its giant, potentially allowing for up to 8 seperate drives. These are held in place with thumbscrews, that when loosened, allow them to slide out the front panel; though only after the fans have been removed.
The back of the motherboard tray is built with cable management in mind. There’s a large hole where the CPU cooler backplate will be – allowing for you to switch it out without removing the motherboard. There’s also plenty of holes for cable management, several with rubber surrounds to prevent cable shearing and tohold them in place better. On top of this, you’ll also find several hooks and holes for attaching cable ties too.
Here’s where you remove the HDD cages from, after taking the fan out.