Notwithstanding the 200mm giant in the top panel, there is an additional 120mm fan on the back panel. If you’ve got a liquid cooling system with an external radiator, you can use the two outputs for pipes.
The feet are made from ordinary rubber now.
The chassis seems to be simple but as high quality as in the previous models. The only interesting thing here is the front part of the chassis with the tall rack.
The three top bays are meant for optical drives only. The six bottom ones can accommodate either 5-inch devices or one or two cages for HDDs.
Optical and other devices are fastened in the 5-inch bays in the most classic way: with screws, without rails or anything.
You don’t have to tear the brackets off: they are fastened with screws to the front part of the rack.
Each cage is fastened to the rack by means of four thumbscrews on each side of the case which is not convenient as you have to remove both side panels to take the cage out (by the way, you take it out from the front of the case). You have to delve into the system case when dealing with the cages anyway because there is a fan in the front part of each cage and the fan’s power connector goes into the interior of the system case.