Not exactly the most roomy of casing but it’ll suffice for probably any build under the sun, minus those with special or larger components.
At the front are the drive bays, the cages are not removable.
Don’t worry about that, the side window does the job very well to conceal the drives. 😀 You can’t showcase your fancy SSD either.
There’s little to no room for cable management here, considering how close the back panel is to the case structure. The holes are without rubber grommet and even an ATX connector has to be angled a bit just to pass through the oval-ish cutouts.
There’s little to no headroom at the top, making it not ideal for AIO water cooling setup. The 120mm would suffice as an exhaust.
Here’s the accessory pack for the Comrade
Specs for the Comrade? Here it is, taken from the official product page.
The BitFenix Comrade retails at RM 159, it’s a beautiful looking casing at that price point. It comes in White and also Black variant, of which I think the white one looks classy.
There are limitations to the setup like cable management but a modular power supply unit as seen in the setup below would work just great.
Here’s the final setup. 🙂