The interface connectors – USB, FireWire and FP Audio – are placed on the right panel of the case along with the system indicators:
As in many other system cases, this solution is arguable here. You can’t freely choose the position of the system case if you are going to use these connectors actively.
A big air inlet was made in the left panel of the case:
The Thermaltake Shark did very well in our recent comparative review mostly due to a similar air inlet in its side panel. So, we can expect the CPU and the graphics card to be properly cooled in the 3D Aurora, too.
The case is equipped with traditional folding feet:
When unfolded, they look neat and unobtrusive and keep the system case very steady.
Steadiness must be taken care of since a computer assembled in a 3D Aurora may weigh as much as an analogous empty case made of steel.