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Exterior Design and Functionality

The case has a very cute, low-key exterior design:

 

This is good as the Poseidon will fit into any environment with ease. Power and Reset buttons, system indicators, and front interface connectors are placed in the center of the panel:

With all the abundance of elements, the panel doesn’t look crowded. Everything is stylish, especially the 3.5” bay. In the bottom part there is only a model logotype and a small groove for projecting the Poseidon logo on the surface in front of the system case.

The air inlet occupies the entire width of the panel and is covered with a decorative piece along the center.

Placed at a small distance away from the air inlet grid, this piece doesn’t hinder the intake of air. The vent grid in the side panel is somewhat smaller than in the Aurora.

You can replace it with a transparent plastic insert included into the box. The rear panel has a typical design for a modern case of this form-factor:

There’s everything necessary here plus holes for the pipes of a water cooling system:

A case named Poseidon must have something like that because one of the earliest serially made water cooling systems was called this very name and was manufactured by Gigabyte, too.

 
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