The bottom has an opening for a PSU fan, but the first thing you will notice is the fully painted interior. This helps give cases a finished look, particularly when there is a large side window present. The second photo is one I want to point out. Notice that the top 140mm fan is actually outside of the case, which you can see through the mesh. I actually like this approach due to often routing wires or fan cables right by this area. It can be a challenge to route these cables without letting them get snagged by the fan. Having it covered like this prevents that issue entirely. The third picture is a shot of the accessories that are included in the box. There are plenty of drive rails, a 3.5” to 5.25” front plate, bag of screws and zip-ties, and lastly the USB adapter.
Taking a look at the mainboard tray we see there is a large cutout for aftermarket CPU cooler backplates. The 5.25” drive retention system looks sturdy and easy to use. There are openings to route cabling through, though I am not sure it was very productive for Cubitek to zip-tie the front panel cables in already.
On the next page we will install some hardware in this case.