Closer Look Continued pt.3
Up top under the cover you have heavy metal framed construction. Under this it supports 120 x 120 x 25 mm fan x 2 or 140 x 140 x 25 mm fan x 2. Keep in mind this is a Mid-Tower. If the mother board you choose has the memory slots out of the way you could mount single or dual 120 or 140 Radiators but be careful how thick, once the fans are added you have to clear the memory on the motherboard. The upper air mesh is the same size as a dual 140. There is room between the upper case cover for fans or a thin radiator BUT, since the cover is already cut out for the air mesh a mod could allow a upper radiator/fan combo on top if your up to the MOD challenge.
Here is some real Computer Porn, Full Frontal Nudity. Showing the lower 120mm fan mid section and upper drive bay. Note the center internal drive bay is shown inserted but with it removed you have another 120mm fan option plus room inside for a radiator/fan push pull and may still have room for a pump or reservoir possibility. Plenty of pass through cable ports, three upper bay access to front panel sections and nice black coating of hardened paint on metal.
Like a “sudden increase in pressure” I exploded the case:
It took me about 20 minutes to explode the Chaser A31 down to it’s elements. Not a single problem was encountered when taking this case apart. Built solid and sturdy. Even the screen mesh bent apart easy but tough and durable. Plastic pinch locks are solid, if it doesn’t unscrew it locks in by pressure pinch tabs.
All nine bay covers are removable with the top three for internal drive bay access to front panel.
Each of the drive bay covers can be broken down. The top three provide access for DVD drives, controllers, visual bay devices like LED reservoirs and SD card bay devices. The thing I really like is the breakdown for modding.
The Chaser A31 THUNDER reassembled just as easy as it tore down. She looks as mean and a wicked as a Thunder storm.