Up top is where you can install two 120mm fans or, if you really want to, mount a 240mm radiator for water cooling.
On bottom is nothing special other than the power supply mount area which has a dust filter which, like past In-Win cases, is installed on the inside of the case. Personally I’m not a fan of this idea as you would need to remove the power supply to give the filter a thorough cleaning
Here we have a good view on the eight expansion slots that can house up to three dual slotted video cards for three-way SLI or Crossfire. Each slot is vented in the event you do not utilize three video cards. Above the slots is the preinstalled 120mm fan which can be replaced with a fan of your liking.
In-Win included a 5.25” bay tray that houses the rails to mount the optical drives or anything else that will fit in the 5.25” bays.
Even nicer about the tray is it is double sided to also hold the rails to mount your hard drive(s) into the Dragon Rider.
Another nice aspect of the In-Win Dragon Rider is that it comes with its own SSD mount.