the inside this case is quite roomy, but as mid-tower
cases go, nowhere near as spacious as some of the larger
full tower cases such as the Addtronics cases. This case
is capable of holding four 5 ¼ inch drives, as
well as three 3 ½ inch drives (two external), or
up to six 3 ½ inch drives with the optional internal
3 ½ inch bay cage.
foremost, this case does not have a removable mainboard
tray. When it comes to choosing a case this is a major
item that needs to be included in any case that I buy.
A removable mainboard tray makes it a thousand times easier
to replace or service your mainboard, which I'm sure that
most of use do, and often at that. A mistake such as that
can weigh heavily on an overall good case; it's a shame
of drives is made really easy with this case. There are
no drive rails, which makes installation of 5-¼
inch drives a little less painful. Installation of 3 ½
inch drives are the same drill, no drive rails in sight.
The inclusion of a removable hard drive tray was a welcome
commodity; those this case does not come standard with
one (extra $3.00) it is recommend that you purchase one.
love thumbscrews. These nifty little screws are so utterly
convenient that once you use them you'll never want to
go back. For those of you who don't know what thumbscrews
are, they're exactly what as name suggests, regular screws
with "tops" that allow you to screw them on
or off with a simple twist of the wrist. Thumbscrews are
used quite a bit in this case, not just for the external
covers, but also on the inside for the PCI and AGP slot