Closer Look – Installation
Aside from the aforementioned issue with the rubber grommets, installing all of my components into the Cooltek Antiphone Airflow was achieved with ease.
The image below shows when installing the rear fan there is a bit of ledge for it to rest on so it stays in place. This was a nice surprise and a big help when installing my Corsair H80i CPU cooler.
Again, just an image of the rubber grommets coming a bit out of place after inserting a cable through.
While my individual cable management may not be the best, as mentioned there is plenty of enough room in the back to route cables. Also there are plenty of little catches to help use with the included zip-ties to further help with cable management.
As you can see fitting a Corsair H80i is a tight fit but at the same time it’s not so tight as to cause any problems when installing or otherwise.
As you can see on the bottom half there are plenty of ways to route cables to help keep things as tidy as possible.
This here was one of those small things that made me happy. There was just enough room for me to sneak the USB cable from my H80i next to the PSU and directly into a USB connector.
As you can see once everything is installed it looks very clean thanks to the room in the back for cable management.