[section_title title=Closer Look Pack/Ext]Closer Look Pack./Ext.
Taking a look at the front of the box and all of a sudden I get this sudden urge to have a game of World Of Tanks for some odd reason! In the top left is the ID-COOLING logo while over on the right is the model name. On the bottom we have a list of a few of the features the T60-SFX has to offer and over on the right is a Best of Computex 2014 Tom’s Hardware image.
On the back we see the same background image as the front but this time we have a specifications and compatibility list to make sure the T60-SFX will be compatible with the hardware users want to install in it.
On one of the side of the box there is a short description of what ID-COOLING feel the T60-SFX represents.
Getting the T60-SFX out of its box it’s really hard for me to believe how small it is. However, with that being said it has a solid design and looks great. One of my personal favourite things to see was the fact that the ID-COOLING logo is actually used as the power button, nothing overly special but it adds a nice aspect to the design of the case I think, next to the power button are the 2x USB 3.0 ports.
The case I had in for review features a red and black theme though it does come in a couple of other colours. ID-COOLING have done a good job of adding ventilation without ruining the aesthetics of the case. Also, another thing I think fares well for the case is the thumb screws used to remove the side panels, the chrome look is a nice touch to the black side panels.
The bottom of the case has 4x feet to help keep it off the ground to ensure better airflow. While there is a vented area here it will depend on the graphics card you install whether or not you will be able to add an extra fans here.
On the back of the case is a pre-installed 92mm fan, and power cord extender as the actual placement of the PSU is going to be in the front of the case so ID-COOLING have us covered with making sure we can still plug the mains into the back of the case. As this is designed for mini-ITX motherboards only there are only 2x PCI expansion bays.