At the front there’s a 5.25″ bay and 3.5″ bay at the upper side while a 200mm fan sits at the bottom.
The fan mount accommodates 120mm fan and 140mm fan as well but there’s no reason to change them as the 200mm fan is silent in operation and works great with the setup.
At the rear, the fan mount accommodates both 120mm and 140mm fan. The PCI-E components are held in place by a latch, a system that I very much dislike.
The loose PCI-E cover itself disappointed me but despite the initial impression, I’m surprised that it managed to hold a graphic card and the rest of the PCI-E covers in place during assembly. I was expecting it to wobble but it didn’t so I can’t penalize the casing for that though I still think it’s a horrible way to secure PCI-E components.
On the lower section lies the PSU cutout (right side) while on the left side is where the 2.5″ drive cage is placed.
Here’s the view from the bottom which I think is great, love the grooves from front to back and the large padded feet.