Inside the gMONO:
The PSU comes with its own removable "rack", it slides right in and only takes a few minutes to get it all hooked up.
The motherboard tray is not removable, but if you remove the PSU there is pleny of room to work inside the case. Still it's a feature that could have boosted the overall impression of this case in the + way.
There is an exhaust fan located at the rear of the case at about the same height as the CPU socket on most motherboards.
An Arcraft Fan delvering 29,7 CFM @ 2400rpm and producing 26.5db. Not loud at all and the performance equals that of a high quality Papst fan! (click here for a table of popular Papst fans
USB and Firewire get a special treatment with this case, as you can see in the picture below, they are moved to the front of the case by use of extra cables that you have to connect to your motherboard. It can take a while before you hook these up because it can become quite complicated
The "easy" layout on how to connect them: