This case is actually a Yeong-Yang Lunar YY-5042 before any
modifications are made. The three 5 1/4" drive bays are fairly
easy to reach, and require no additional metal rails to be attached
to the drives as on many other cases. You simply slide in the
drives, and attach them with a couple of screws.
additional drive bays are available for 3 ½" size drives, one
of which sits atop the 5 ¼" drive bays for a floppy drive. The
whole carriage is detachable, requiring only one screw to reattach.
This allows very easy installation of Hard Drives, and 3 ½"
floppy drives. The middle slot on the carriage is available
for a Zip drive; leaving two other slots open for anything else.
the case there is enough room for almost any Mainboard, even
a Pentium Xeon based one. The only grievance I have here is
that there is no removable Mainboard plate, as you are forced
to slide you Mainboard carefully in and attached it at the designated
points. This is a big disappointment as I really hoped a case
geared for Overclockers would contain this feature. Oh well,
maybe in the next revision?
most ATX cases, the front bezel is actually fairly attractive.
With curvy surfaces abound, a color on the front, this case
looks somewhat like a Compaq OEM case. While the base color
is still the same old crème, the front bezel comes in a dark
translucent green. The only problem I could dig up with the
front bezel was that the two buttons corresponding to the 3
½" floppy drive as well as the Zip drive were very easy to break
off if you're not careful as I so miserably found out.