The door flips open to the left and reveals 5x5.25” drive bays, and 2x3.5”. While the front door has already a large power button, a second one is found here as well as the reset.
Another click further the inner door opens up to reveal the steel structure of the case; you can see in the bottom compartment a dust filter for the in-take fan:
The 2x3.5” drive bay holder is removable by simply unscrewing one thumbscrew:
After removing the side panels, which are held in place with thumbscrews also, you can get a good look at the interior layout of the V.Orpheus. For a mid-sized ATX case the inside is actually quite roomy. The drive bays areas are quite small which allows for enough room to maneuver inside to get a motherboard installed as there is no removable motherboard tray.
The other side of the case is interesting; you can see air ducts for the large 220mm fan behind the motherboard panel, with the center of the fan area having a larger cut-out, although it may not be enough.
Cooling next ->