Effective thermal dynamics
This can be found somewhere on the box, but is this statement true?
There is place for 2 case fans. In the front panel, behind the hard disk rack, you can put a 92 mm fan. This one is not supplied. But, there's no click system, this means, extra screws, again... The position is good, because by cooling a hard disk it will live longer, but otherwise you put the warm air in the middle of your case. This will make the case temperature rise.
The other fan is a 120 mm fan, this one was supplied with my case. The fan spins at 2200 rpm, but was really loud... It is placed in the rear panel, just next to the CPU. Very good position. The hot air from the CPU and chipset will immediately leave the case. As there are few cases where you can use a 120 mm without modding (dremel-tools) this is a great advantage.
Another interesting thing is the power supply. It comes equipped with a 120 mm fan located just above the CPU, which means that it will also remove hot air and thus improving the overall airflow in the vicinity of the CPU.
In the front panel, you can see that there are dust filters installed. That way it will keep your hardware clean, for a little while longer!
The 120 mm fan installed:
Room for an optional 92 mm fan:
This is the result I got after one hour of fully stressing my system.
Pretty good result, but keep in mind my CPU was cooled by an SLK947 with an Enermax 80mm fan @full speed. Also the 120 mm case fan produced a lot of airflow at the cost of being a “silent” system.