Tool Less Features A-Plenty
Each of the side panels has a meshed mid section to improve airflow throughout the case, the panels can be removed by simply moving a lever at the backside of the case near the PSU.
One side of the case reveals a rather boring backside of the motherboard panel; the other side however is filled up by a large fan holder, good for 4x120mm fans
The 120mm fan clicks into place securely, each section features a dust filter which can be easily removed and cleaned out, all without need for tools.
If you don’t have a 120mm fan available, you can easily install any size fan in there, although you’ll need screws this time around, in the picture below you can see how a 80mm fan can fit the side panel:No “in the box” – but “in the case”
The 4x120mm fan holder can be removed from its hinge by a simple push of the lever, again completely tool less. This reveals the extra’s you’ll get with the 830 Evo, in the photo below they are all spread out:
In the upper left corner there’s the BTX airduct, right below that a custom back plate for BTX systems. There are also two 5.25” > 3.5” converter rails and accompanying face plates.
To get things rolling, Coolermaster included 4 sturdy wheels which can be attached to the bottom of the 830 Evo:
The proverbial “putting a cherry on the cake” is done by Coolermaster by including this Hard Drive bracket:
The bracket is made especially for the Western Digital Raptor X, you know, this one:
4 blue LEDs can be placed at each corner of the bracket to accentuate the “piece de la resistance” of your 830 Evo system build.