Closer Look – Interior
Taking a look at the inside of the case and the first thing we come across is the IO panel. What I like here is DEEPCOOL have made it rather easy to disconnect any unwanted wires from ports/buttons that will go unused.
As mentioned the front is home to a pre-installed 200mm fan.
There are 2 x 3.5″ bays that are easily accessible.
The place for the power supply not only features a dust filter on the bottom but it also has rubber feet to set the power supply on to help reduce any unnecessary noise from vibration.
Above the 200mm fan in the front are two different sized drive bays and we can also see the connectors for the ‘Punks’ LEDs. Also we can notice some holes so users can go ahead and install a couple of fans in the roof of the case to allow for better airflow.
At the back of the case are 2 x holes for watercooling tubing, room for a 120/140mm fan (120mm included) and 4 expansion card bays. We can also see the cutout for the back of the motherboard