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Case Features & Layout
With all of these fans you get great air flow to keep your temps down. This is a great part of a more valued oriented case that still allows for higher speed PC parts without having to worry about the thermal conditions to much.
Thermaltake does give you an option to add a small 70mm x 10mm fan to cool the back of the motherboard right behind where CPU socket is normally located.
Even with a full ATX board you have enough room to run cables on a zip tie management system right next the board. With this being a smaller case cable management will be of the highest priority. Without good cable management the big air flow fans are not doing you any good.