The Build and Finished Product
On the left is the body of the 650D. You can see the front is cut only for a 200mm fan with a mesh grill covering it. On the right is the inside of the bezel with the four removable bay covers and the large removable vent at the bottom with a dust filter in it. I like that there are no wires connecting here as well!
I slid in the DVD drive and locked it into place with the tool-free mechanism, removed the corresponding bay cover and then snapped the bezel back into place. As long as the components added are black, they should blend well with the front exterior of brushed aluminum.
I know it's only an m-ATX board, but I tried to cover everything with it. It fits a large air cooler just fine and still has room for ones like the D-14. Plenty of room for my graphics card, and with the removable drive bays there isn't an issue for even the longest cards. Even with this small build the finished result is very professional looking.
Once hardware is inside to see, you can appreciate the placement of the window. Shifting it left gives you a really good view of all of your components and doesn't show the drive bays; something I really don't want to see anyways.
As you can see, the pair of USB 3.0 wires are plenty long enough to reach the rear I/O. I would also like to mention that this is one of the only cases that add routing for said cables with its own hole out the back of the case. Otherwise I would have had to route it across the motherboard and out a water cooling hole.
Just to emphasize the depth of the distance between the door and the tray, I routed all the wires in one large grouping. Not only did this make the front very clean, but is honestly the only place the cables want to naturally "fall".
Powering up the 650D, just like those before it, the only lighting you are going to get is the white glow of the power button and the random flashing of the HDD activity light below it.
Of course, I loaded a drive in the dock to make sure it works and I had no issues getting it up and running. At this time I fiddled around with the fan controller to make sure it all works.
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