On the left-hand side we can fit 2 x 120 mm fans, or 2 x 140 mm fans or a 200 mm fan. There is also a transparent window so you can see key components, although installing any fans will restrict this view considerably.
We can see the front has quite a ‘chunky’ design, and is in fact wider than the rest of the case.
They have clearly had some fun designing the front of this chassis. The bottom sticks out a few inches, which allows for a 200 mm fan to be installed behind. While it has a unique look we don’t think it is particularly pleasing to the eye, although I’m sure it will appeal to a gaming audience.
The top of the chassis has a raised plastic area, which features 2 x USB 3.0 ports, Headphone and Microphone sockets as well as a Power Switch and a Reset Switch.
Behind this is a grill which is where either: a 2 x 140 mm fans, 2 x 120 mm fans or another 200 mm fan could be fitted. Potentially allowing you to fit 3 x 200 mm fans in this chassis. There isn’t however enough space to fit a 240mm radiator (at least with any fans fitted).
The right-hand side has no fan positions, but this view does emphasise the extra plastic bezel on the front and top of the chassis.
The rear of the chassis features a 120 mm exhaust fan, as well as having 7 PCI slots and three watercooling holes. This is when we started to notice a few similarities to the BitFenix Ghost Chassis.
The bottom of the chassis does feature a dust filter which is held in place by magnets, so can be removed quite easily.