As if that’s not enough, it’s found on the top panel too. The difference between the top panels and the side panels is that the materials on the side panel are tough while those on the top panels are soft.
Here’s the space within the casing, it’s moderately spacious but very deep (or wide, if you prefer) and it has ample drive bays that are removable. You have about 420mm of mounting area on top, 360mm on the front and 240mm on the side – that’s A LOT OF MOUNTING OPTIONS.
One thing I didn’t like about Fractal’s Design when it comes to mounting options is that it’s limited. Here’s the only spot I could find for 120mm mount though I wish I could push it further towards the front or perhaps further inwards.
Drive cages? Yes, them.
Here’s another view of the inner area, you’ll see that the holes are covered by rubber grommets.