Inside the SilverStone SG04B SFF Case
At first glance things seem a bit tight and I'm left wondering how everything I want to go in there fits. The bottom "rack" removes easily with a few screws and gives a lot more access to install all my parts.
With the floppy drive, power supply support combo piece removed, you can get a better idea of the room inside the SG04. This chassis supports mATX motherboards and comes with heaps of power switch and front I/O wiring to get the job handled easily.
Inside of the front panel, the power and power LED wires are on the left. The adjustable 120mm fan with fan guard is placed in the center, with the front I/O and fan wires on the right. At the very top is the Solo 5.25" drive bay for your choice of optical drive.
Carefully looking over the chassis and reading the included instructions a few times, I was finally able to get the front to open up for me. Opening these allows the placement of the optical drive to happen and to gain access to the fan and dust cover. Speaking of which, all those holes in the edges means you can unscrew the fan and place it anywhere you like, so long as it fits. Along those lines, the front opens to allow a 10.5" card to slide in for installation. The length of my GPU of choice meant I had to move the fan for clearance.
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