The front panel is removable with a quick tug from the bottom. The front fan and drive bay covers are all well filtered. The drive bay covers are easily removed and replaced with a snapping fit. The hard-drive rails slide into the screw-holes of the hard-drive, though they do not screw in. The hard-drives can then simply be slid into the cage, where they snap in securely.
The Beta has a spacious interior for installation, with enough room to fit 10.5” graphics cards. Installing drives into the drive bays is simple: slide the drive in, put in the plastic lock, and turn the fin. As you can see, it is not too difficult to route cables in the Beta, but it would be much easier to use a modular PSU. To hide the extra cables in this build would take a lot of effort. The rear exhaust fan is mine and does not come stock with the case.
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