Keeping costs down, again we see that the Source 220 follows the leader and shares the black on brown styling like the others had. The only difference between the Source 220 and the Source 210 Elite is the mesh seen in the drawing of the chassis that takes up this panel.
I'm pretty sure this is the same specifications list used on the others. I didn't even look on the first chassis, but I noticed at the bottom here, there is a White option, but the site makes no such mention of that option.
The rear of the box houses information on five things that they deemed noteworthy. They start off with the mesh panel on the front, move on to the tool-free bays, cover the front I/O panel, discuss the cable management and finish with the included cooling in the Source 220.
Just like with the other two submissions, the specifications chart and color are displayed on this side as well.
Styrofoam end caps and a plastic liner were enough to get the Source 220 to my door in perfect condition. I guess Fed Ex was tired of that pickup game of foot ball they ran on my NZXT cases the week before.
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