ID Cooling T60-SFX Mini Gaming Chassis
In our first glance at the T60-SFX out of the box, we see a lot of red for sure, but the aluminum face is not flat. In fact, it is bent back at the bottom above the venting, and it is angled again as the I/O panel meets the top of the chassis.
The front I/O is rather basic, offering only the pair of USB 3.0 ports for connectivity. To the left, we see the ID logo, which is also the power button, and ID Cooling has put their name here as well.
In our version of the chassis, the left side offers black side panels that have ventilation cut at the front edge, as well as near the bottom of the chassis. These vents allow as much air into the chassis as possible. We also see that the side panel is bent heavily at the top right, with no real explanation as to why.
At the back of the chassis, there is the rear I/O to the left, with a pair of expansion slots at the bottom. To the right, we find a power plug, since the PSU installs at the front, and a grill over the exhaust fan.
The right side of the chassis is built to look identical to the left side; this simplifies tooling, as they can just flip the same panel to this side, and again, it is ventilated. To get either of the panels off the body, you will have to remove the four large screws at the corners.
Under the chassis, we find feet that are large for the chassis. Each of the chromed plastic feet has a rubber pad on the bottom. As for the floor, it is ventilated as much as possible. The screws are holding in a SSD plate at the top, and along the bottom, there are screws holding in the motherboard trays.
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