On the front panel you can also find a panel containing two USB ports (with enough distance between them), mic in and headphones jacks, plus the power and reset switches and HDD and power LEDs.
In Figure 5 you see the case top panel with its 140 mm fan. This fan has a three-speed controller attached to it.
Finally we have the rear panel in Figure 6. On this case the power supply is installed on the bottom part of the case, and not on the top part. This is the first time we saw a mini-tower case with this feature, usually found only on high-end models. This case features a 120 mm fan on the rear, also with a three-speed controller attached. It has seven expansion slots and the two side panels are attached to the chassis using thumbscrews, which is great. The only thing missing here compared to high-end cases are the holes for water cooling systems, but honestly we don’t think that someone buying a mini-tower case will play with water cooling.
Let’s see how Three Hundred looks like inside.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Introduction (Cont’d)
- 3. Inside Three Hundred
- 4. The Disk Drive Bays
- 5. Main Specifications
- 6. Conclusions