Now let’s take a look at the the blue prototype that we spotted first.
inside of the EVGA case has a decent sized cutout for heatsink mounting
brackets and a rather thick Delta 120mm fan on the back of the case to
help expel hot air out of the chassis. Notice that this case has 10 PCI
slots on it, which is amazing as just a few years ago most cases only
Here you can get a better look at how thick the delta fan is and the
four grommets that are used to route water cooling lines in and out of
the case. The power supply in this case is mounted at the bottom.
The entire top of this case was mesh, but had bars going across the
top. Not what you want to have going across the top if you plan on
mounting a larger 360mm radiator up top.
This case is made for a 200mm fan to fit in front of the storage
drive bays, but isn’t included on this prototype. The tool less drive
mounts are rather cheap looking on this prototype and isn’t what you’d
expect on a high-end gaming case.