Just like so many things about the case, also the internal layout follows very closely that seen in the earlier Define-series cases. The power supply sits at the bottom and majority of the drive cage is reserver for the hard drives. To give some color to the black interior, the expansions slot covers and HDD trays are painted white. Cable management behind motherboard tray is simple and easy because there are enough holes for cables.
On the motherboard tray there's a big hole for CPU cooler's backplate so you don't have to remove your motherboard when you're installing the CPU cooler.
HDDs are installed by screwing the HDD to the HDD tray and then sliding the HDD tray to the HDD rack. HDD trays have silicone pads which try to prevent resonating. There are two HDD racks and each rack includes three HDD trays. The upper HDD rack is removable so by removing the upper HDD rack you can install a lot bigger graphics card (260 mm when the upper rack is installed and 400 mm when the upper rack is removed). In case there will be only three or less HDDs in your setup I'd remove the upper HDD cage to improve the air flow.
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