Inside the Gram Continued
A look inside the back end of the Gram shows us the 3-pin powered clear 120mm fan. As the blue dot on the left side of the fan frame indicates, this will glow blue when powered. Not much to say about the slots, as the small screw used to hold in cards are found outside of the case.
Behind the motherboard tray, we find a minimum of 15mm of room for wiring, and some areas have much more room to play. There is a pair of 2.5" drive trays mounted on the left, and the bottom of the chassis is all opened up with a lot of room for wiring to be hidden.
If the need is there to use a couple of 3.5" drives, simply install them into the plastic trays, and then slide them back into this cage. If you do not have a need to use these, removing four screws allows this cage to be freed from the Gram.
The remainder of the bottom section of the Gram is then used to allow a PSU to slide in from this side, and then rest upon the four rubber pads stuck to the floor. If you plan to use the HDD cage, we suggest plugging in modular cable before sliding the PSU into the chassis.
The cables are not short in length, but not very long either; just right. The HD Audio and the native USB 3.0 cables have a bit extra when it comes to their length and can be easily routed to reach the ports on the motherboard. As to the front panel button and LED wires, they are long enough to reach but is a touch shorter than the others.
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