The case has a stylish, sober finish if you look at it from the front. No one could tell there are three 120mm fans in this case. If you take a quick look at the back of the case, the blowhole for the rear 120mm is the first thing that draws the attention. You can even put an 80/92mm fan in it as smaller holes are made inside the blowhole:
If you start looking at the side of the case you'll see this case is an airflow monster. The side has plexi window with ventilation holes in it and a 120mm fan attached:
Cool indeed, but one detail makes my happiness fade away:
A screw was tightened down a bit too hard, making the plexi window to crack. It's very small yes, but we don't want to buy a case that's already been battered when it arrives at our doorstep.More Details
Time to open the grey door at the front of the case:
On the left of the front you'll notice three small dots. These are magnets; three screws that are placed in the right part of the door keep the case close:
On the left lower side of the front plate, you'll find two USB ports and two audio jackets. One for some headphones and one for a microphone. An IEEE1394/Firewire port is optional.
Finally on the bottom of the case there are four little 'feet'. These are quite simple, white stand offs of quite hard rubber.
Let's take a look inside ->