At the top of the front panel there's a small hatch hiding the front panel connections. Behind this hatch are two USB2.0 and two USB3.0-connections, as well as audio jacks and reset button. The power button is left visible even when the hatch is closed.
Looking at the roof we can see the second 200 mm fan acting as exhaust, but there's also room for two 120- or 140 mm fans or 240/280 sized radiator.
At the front there's another hatch hiding a single 2,5/3,5" hot swap drive bay and also a four channel, three speed fan controller.
Looking at the back it's the common layout with the power supply at the bottom, eight PCI-slots, two holes for water cooling hoses and a single 120 mm fan. At the top there's some blank space suggesting there indeed is space for a radiator at the roof.
One of the smaller nags we had with the 800D was that the very long dust filter had to be removed through the rear of the case, meaning that you couldn't place the case in front of a wall. There is a dust filter at the bottom of the 650D as well, but because it's now just for the PSU intake, it's short enough not to cause any problems.
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