Inside the T60-SFX
With the left panel off of the chassis, we can finally see inside of this compact design. Of course, we do immediately have to remove the red SSD plate to view the rest.
This steel plate used to hold a 3.5" drive is screwed to the roof of the chassis. There is no need to remove this unless you do not plan to use it, as the motherboard tray is drilled to access the mounting screws.
The motherboard tray is solid from the left until it opens up to accept the PSU at the right. While the bottom is ventilated to match the panel that covers it, there are only the four standoff holes to fill, and no CPU cooler back plate access.
The rear of the chassis has the back side of the outlet and the PSU extension cable running across the top; under it is the clear finned fan that offers silence and powered ventilation.
All of the wiring terminates in these ends here. There is the native USB 3.0 connection, the angled PSU adapter end, a three-pin connection to power the fan, and leads for LEDs and the power switch.
Behind the motherboard tray, there is less than 3mm of room between it and the panel, so there isn't going to be any wires hiding here. The panel really only needs to come off this side to allow you to mount the PSU at the front of the chassis, and connect the extension cable.
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