M/B Type: Up to Extended ATX (12 x 13 inch), Including CEB Specification
Drive Bays: 10
External Bay: 4x 5.25" (One with 5.25" to 3.5" Adapter)
Internal Bay: 6x 3.5"
Expansion Slots: 7
Cooling System: 1x 120mm Rear Fan w/ TriCool 3-speed Switch; 2x 92mm Front Fans (Optional)
Side Windows: No
Front I/O Panel: 2x USB 2.0 Ports; 1x IEEE 1394 Port; 1x Speaker; 1x Microphone
Power Supply: TruePower Trio 650W, ATX 12V v2.2 and EPS12V Compatible
Dimensions (WxDxH): 8.1 x 23.0 x 17.6 inch / 20.5 x 58.4 x 44.6 cm
Weight: 30.0 lbs / 13.6 kg
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Reviewed by Heather Helmer from Payette, ID on 06/27/14
An amazing amount of room, and actually fun to install a board into. If you're using an ATX sized board, the case can easily be modified for liquid cooling, even though it wasn't originally designed for it. There's so much extra room in it you will not have a problem controlling your cables, or taking advantage of the more than ample amount of drive racks available. The locking front allows you to keep children from feeding your drives goldfish crackers, or suddenly turning it off on you.
The directions aren't fully clear on the installation directions of the 3.5 HD rack slides, and the LED redirect light tubes are very fragile, but easily fixed with superglue. The direction of the front USB ports isn't clear unless you're specifically looking for the insertion direction.
You can skip installing the CPU plate if you're using an ATX sized MB
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