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The case format is rotated like the RV01 so cables and such exit out the top. PSU is located on the back, drives are in the front, and the bottom features 3x 180mm fans with variable speed switches to control noise and cooling power.
If you look closesly you'll see 4 nVidia GPUs stuffed in there as well. .
Here is a little gem for those of us on a budget, This MicroATX HTPC chassis features a shallow design to match the size of current home theater amplifiers, will support full sized video cards, and only costs $100.