Turning to the innards of the P7-C0, there is plenty to point out and discuss.
We’ll start with the large PSU shroud – this provides three cut-outs for cables while it is also vented on the right hand side as the hard drive bays sit below.
Air flow is clearly a feature of this case as the fully-filtered front panel can house up to 3x120mm or 2x140mm fans, while the roof can house 2x120mm fans. The rear fan mount gives you the option of a 120mm/140mm spinner.
However, it is a bit disappointing to see just one fan included stock. The P7-C0 Pro model does come with some extra RGB fans at the front, but if you get the regular model (as reviewed here) you will likely want to add your own.
Elsewhere, there are plenty of cut-outs alongside and above the motherboard tray so routing your EPS 8-pin and motherboard 24-pin cables should be easy. I would have liked to see rubber grommets, though, instead of raw cut-outs as it looks better and also prevents your cables getting worn down as easily.
At the rear of the case we find a few more features, a 2-bay drive cage being one of them. The cage itself is not removable nor are the drive caddies tool-free but these are relatively minor points.
In addition to the drive cage, there are also two 2.5-in drive caddies towards the front of the case, while the PSU area is also filtered – always good to see.