For the motherboard and power supply installation you will need a screwdriver, for all the other hardware you can take advantage of the tool-less featured offer by the B2 case.
Installation of HDD and Optical drives is made easy by use of a rail system; these spare rails are snapped into place on the drive. The rails are stored in their own 5.25” bay:
Raptor HDD with drive rail installed at one side
To be able to install devices in the external bays you need to remove the front panel, which is only held in place by a few plastic clips at each side.
Without the front panel you can see that the top 5.25” bay has been left open by default for your DVD drive of choice.
The HDD bay is more easily accessible and can be swiveled out slightly for easy access:
Despite our initial hope when we saw the depth stats of this case, it turns out that the B2 is a few millimeters short of able to fit a Geforce 8800 GTX and similar high end video cards.
Test Setup next ->