The left side of the case has a transparent window. There’s a plastic funnel on the inside of the case to direct air to the CPU cooler. The funnel is regulated on its threading, and I soon found out that the funnel was too short and there remained a gap of about 1 centimeter between the funnel and the ordinary box cooler of the Pentium 4 processor.
There are decorative silver plastic insertions on the left and right sides of the case.
A lamp to highlight the innards of the system case comes enclosed.
Internally this system case is identical to the Foxconn TH-61.
The difference is in the model of the power supply. This system case is equipped with a HIPRO HP-450WP unit with a specified wattage of 400W. The PSU’s cables offer four Molex connectors for your hard and optical drives, one mini-plug for the floppy-drive, and two power connectors for SATA devices. There’s a Power-On/Off button on the back panel of the PSU; the power connector for the monitor is missing.
And here’s the diagram of the temperatures in the TH-202 system case: