Inside the Gravity 6
The interior of the front bezel is made of black plastic, pops off the case easily, and leaves the wires behind. The front of the chassis is seen to have a large dust filter which is magnetically attached to it.
The initial view of the interior, it seems like there are no bays to see. The wiring has all been hidden already, and we are left with a vast open space with a full-length PSU cover at the bottom.
Although there is not a single option for 5.25" devices, there are three trays we found mounted to the motherboard tray. There can be removed or rearranged in lower locations, but each tray is designed to allow a 2.5" or 3.5" drive to be installed on it.
The lower half of the inside, still at the front, is used to support a pair of 120mm fans out of the box. Each fan is 3-pin powered, but also comes with a Molex power adapter, for those of you who opt not to use the PWM fan hub.
To add more room inside of the Gravity 6, and help to support water cooling effectively, the chassis is built with a removable section. This will house three 120mm fans or a pair of 140mm fans, and due to the offset, it makes more room to add radiators as well.
The motherboard tray offers up four holes to manage wires, and the larger two on the right come with grommets in them. The CPU cooler access holes are sufficient, but not the largest we have seen. The motherboard tray is clearly marked at each standoff location, and it offers eight attachment points for wiring.
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