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What’s Inside?

Original solutions can be seen even on the outside – just look at the stand and the rear panel:

There’s a mesh grid where ordinary system cases usually have an exhaust fan, while the traditional place of the power supply is occupied by two system fans. The power cord is to be attached to the case in the bottom right corner of the panel. The stand can be removed to open a very curious view from below:

There are big vent holes here the power supply peeps out through. The purpose of the stand becomes now clear.

Judging by the configuration of the grooves and the shape of the vent openings in the bottom of the case, the stand, besides being a decorative element, also ensures free circulation of air.

To remove the side panel you must first take the case off the stand and release the screws:

And here we’ve got some real surprises:

 
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