The Grid is made from metal making it sturdy, yet heavy construction, each side panel is removable, 4 thumbscrews in total hold them in place. The left side-panel is more feature rich than the simply black right panel.
The left side panel has a nice window which gives you a glimpse of what’s inside, it also features a grill near the bottom (VGA area) as well as a circular cut-out at the CPU area. In the photo below you can also see optional security to fix the panel in place with a lock.
Close up of the left side panel, the grills are very reflective *bling*
The air duct can be expanded to fit over the stock Intel/AMD heatsink, when using after market cooler (like Coolermaster Hyper TX or other tower/large cooler) you need to remove it:
Without the side panel we get a clear view of the layout inside:
Ultra moved the in-take 120mm fan outside the fan, a good idea to have more room to install the HDD cages of which there are plenty. The motherboard panel is not removable, but there is enough room to manoeuvre inside. You don’t get a lot of goodies with the case, as most installation is tool-less, this is all we found inside:
A rear view of the motherboard panel reveals holes and room to cable routing behind the right side panel:
Cooling and Installation next ->