Removing the side panel it becomes very apparent where Enermax have saved some money as the the way the door fits the case is very basic and flimsy, with only small notches on the sides of the doors to fix them to the case, no rails or any form of locking mechanism to make it feel secure. This actually makes the doors quite difficult and fiddly to fit. A closer look inside bring on a severe case of deja vu, the case feels very similar to another one. After 10 minutes moving my head from side to side like a confused puppy I realise why, the base chassis is exactly the same as the Cooler Master Elite 330.
Removing the front panel I was pleasantly surprised to see that all of the mesh optical, 3.5" and 120mm fan grills have removable dust filters. The 4x optical bays, 2x external 3.5" bays and 5x internal 3.5" bays all feature tool less fittings, a simple twist of the red dial releases and locks the mounts. Peering through the hard drive bay you can see the 120mm Enermax Apollish red LED fan, the front 'light' switch enables you to not only enable/disable the LEDs on the fan but set it to chase mode where the LEDs rotate around the fan. Unfortunately the case does not come with any exhaust fan, I would have personally preferred a lesser front fan and Enermax have used the savings on supplying an exhaust fan.
Taking another look at the side panel you can see the small locating notches I spoke about earlier, but also the mounts for the 120mm and 140mm that you can fit if you wish. If you decide to use these as intakes to help feed your GPUs with fresh cool air then the grill also features a dust filter like the front of the case.
Its time to head over the page for installation and testing.