[section_title title=”Closer Look – Interior”]Closer Look –¬†Interior

Popping the side panels off and having a look at the inside we can see the motherboard tray has a couple of cutouts to help with cable management as well as a cutout/indentation for where the backplate of any CPU cooler should fit.

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Where the power supply will be mounted are 4 x anti-vibration rubber feet which should help keep things from rattling when the power supply is being put to the test.

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There are 2 separate hard drive cages, the one in the back of the Aquila is designed to house 2 x 2.5″ hard drives / SSDs.

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The cage in the front is designed to be able to accommodate both 3.5″ and 2.5″ hard drives and can even be removed if the user would like a bit more open room inside the case for whatever reason.

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The Aquila comes with pre-installed 120mm exhaust fan which can be upgraded to 140mm or users can even install a similar sized AIO liquid CPU cooler in its place.

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The Aquila features 1 x 5.25″ drive bay which is easily accessible from wither side of the case once the side panels are off so users will be able to install their optical drives, card readers or whatever they may have to go in this spot.

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