|Case Size:||Mid Tower|
|Material:||Plastic Front Panel 0.8 mm Japanese Steel Body|
|External Drive Bay:||5.25″ × 2，3.5″ × 2|
|Internal Drive Bay:||5.25″ × 2，3.5″ × 2|
|Front Ports:||USB2.0 × 2 IEEE 1394 A (FireWire) x 1 HD/AC’ 97 Audio Reserved Infrared Receiver|
|Dimensions ( H × W × D ):||14.6″ x 7.5″ x 18.5 370mm × 190mm ×470mm|
|I/O Expansion Slots:||4 AGP/PCI/PCI-E|
|Power Supply:||ATX 12V, PS/2|
|Thermal Solution:||Intel Certified TAC1.1 Smart-3D UniDuct™ & PCI Vent Hole 9 cm Rear Fan|
|Safety:||Meets RoHS, CE and FCC Class B Requirement|
|Security:||Padlock loop for padlock|
|Optional:||8cm Front Fan, Chassis Intrusion Switch|
When the case arrived at TWL, the box the case came in was done up to look just like the case, white and decorated with purple flowers. This of course led to being teased by the guys at the Lab. Upon opening the box I discovered a small white box which opened like a book, it revealed a poem and a small plastic bookmark and the Manual for the case. The case was sandwiched between two Styrofoam holders and cloth-like bag which held the case inside.
The poem and bookmark were something I have never seen come with a computer case before. The packaging of the case was very affective as the case arrived without any damage.