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We only want to note the screw-less fasteners of the expansion cards. There is a separate fastener for each slot and their design is rather poor:

You have to apply a strong effort to unlock the fastener – it may seem better to fix the card with screws instead. To install your HDD, you should attach the rails to it first.

 

And then insert it into the cage:

It’s simpler with 5.25” devices. You just insert one into the bay to the level of the front panel and close the lock.

The panels fit together perfectly – we found no gaps between the devices. The assembled system looks quite neatly:

Note that there is a lot of space between the mainboard and the cages in the front part of the system case. This prevents any problems with connecting the cables. It is a nice trifle because many manufacturers forget about that and reduce the depth of the case, which leads to various inconveniences during the assembly process. And the last touch is the logotype that is being projected onto the surface in front of the case at work.

So, this is a very pleasing compact case that will suit for a high-performance system even. We can find no fault with it. As for its pros, there is an abundance of good models with similar internal design in this class, so you choice should be guided by your exterior design preferences. The chassis is high-quality and ergonomic with the only drawback in the way of the unlucky design of the expansion card locks.

 
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