With the side panels out of the way the internal design doesn't really have much surprises, either. Really the only thing to catch my eyes is the HDD-cage, which doesn't run all the way to the 5,25"-cage, but instead only has room for four hard drives. Some might consider this a problem, but really four HDD-bays are enough for most, and if you need more, you can always just go for the 400R-version.
The motherboard tray has plenty of holes for cable management and also hooks for anchoring the zip ties. The mounting hole for the CPU-cooler is also HUGE and should with every motherboard out there.
HDD-mounting once again uses the plastic sledges with metal pins and rubber grommets to keep the HDD in place. The system also has mounting holes for 2,5" drives and works well enough; the drives snap firmly in place.
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