Interior Design and Assembly
The interior layout is somewhat unusual for a consumer system case:
At least, such system cases do not normally come with a separate container for a power supply and a strut for expansion cards. The strut is a kind of a bonus accessory here as you can easily do without it. The implementation of the diffuser for the CPU cooler is somewhat unusual:
Despite its large dimensions, it doesn’t allow to install a fan while its design is only compatible with boxed coolers that will hardly be used in a home PC of this class. Fortunately, it can be easily removed by pressing on the plate in its top part.
Then you can move the whole thing sideways and take it out of the case:
You shouldn’t have any regrets about it much since this strut is virtually useless unless you stick to the stock cooling solutions in which case you can observe a certain improvement in CPU cooling. The accessories surpassed all our expectations. Having spent about a minute to extract this rather big box…
…which had been tucked into the top 5.25” bay, we found the following:
They overdid it with the package. This plastic pack could have been attached somewhere inside the case with a piece of scotch.