Once we pull away the plastic sheathing and styrofoam packing material, we expose the silver, aluminum body exterior.
The front of the chassis has this extremely low profile. It’s such a sleek design. Your I/O panel has a hideaway option, to conceal your input/output ports.
This front panel can also be removed to expose the a front filter. Also on the front here near the bottom you can see the power LED, which can be changed to food different colours. A very interesting design!
The top of the chassis, as you can see from our featured image, is plain and simple. A solid piece of aluminium that snaps into place, featuring a single black power switch near the front.
The side panels appear normal, but swing open similar to car doors. These can be removed off of the hinge for easy setup.
The back side is fairly standard, you have your flat black aluminum framing with a 140mm fan and 7 PCIe expansion slots.
The bottom of the chassis features a PSU filter near the back, and rubber feet to help keep this chassis quiet.