|-- Taking a Closer Look
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The I/O panel complies with the ATX
standard, enough spots for all your usb/nic and onboard audio/video
needs. The metal pieces aren't too hard to pry off, a couple of
wiggles back and forth and it should pop right out.
There are a total of 7 expansion slots
available. The spacers are a little better than the normal ones
I've come across. At the end of each spacer is a notch that
locks into the side of the case. Usually I would have to maneuver
the spacer around before actually getting the right spot to screw it
in. With this notch it makes life a lot easier.
To get a closer look inside the case,
there is one screw on the back of the case that needs to come loose
first. Super Power knows about the PC enthusiasts, so they
have included a thumb screw instead of the common case screw.
It sits right up top above the power
supply. Unscrew that one thumb screw and you can get access to
the side panels.
After removing the top piece, there is
a small diagram on the top explaining the removal of the side
panels. You can also see the vent holes near the front for the
5.25" bays. Not sure how that works since putting the top
piece back on defeats the purpose of venting out any hot air.
To get inside the case, just lift up the sides using the handles you
see in the middle.
The bottom of the case is lifted up by
four plastic feet. The plastic is a little tough so if you
place this case on a smooth floor it probably won't move much.