[section_title title=Closer Look Interior]
Closer Look Interior
Popping off the front panel allows access to the mounting area for the front intake fans, as this is the silent version there is also a bit of the insulation on the front panel to help and further reduce the noise the case outputs. Here, users will be able to mount either 2x 120mm (1x pre-installed) or 2x 140mm fans to help get the airflow started through the case and keep everything inside cool while remaining as quiet as possible of course.
Taking the side panels off and having a look around we can immediately notice there are more than enough holes cut out to allow users the easiest time possible when it comes to managing their cables. The motherboard tray also features a nice big cut out that will allow users to easily install and change their CPU coolers without removing the motherboard from the case if need be.
As we saw from the exterior pictures, the 100R features 2x 5.25″ drive bays but now we can also see the 4x combo HDD/SSD trays in their cage as well as now being able to see the pre-installed front intake fan doesn’t have anything blocking it on the inside of the case so it should be able to generate the best airflow possible. Looking at the top of the case also reveals more insulation to help keep the noise output from the 100R Silent to a minimum.
Looking towards the rear of the case and we can see the insulation on the top extends from the front to the back, we can also see the rear exhaust fan and the connections to hook the installed fans to the fan controller that is located on the back of the case.
Looking at the 100R from the backside of the motherboard tray and as we saw previously there is plenty of holes to help with cable management and we can now also see there are plenty of places to attach zip ties so users will be able to route cables how they want.