Inside the Titan 240 Continued
The PSU cover has three holes and a few tie points along the motherboard tray, with two large sections of mesh, and a hole near the outside edge for VGA cables. On the side of the PSU cover, we see a nameplate which is thicker, and with white light, the AZZA name will shine through the tempered glass.
The back of the chassis comes with another 120mm fan installed, and while we are not showing it, both the front fan and this fan, are powered with a Molex power connection. As to the seven expansion slots, only the top cover is replaceable; the other six are break-out covers.
Behind the motherboard tray, we get 20mm of room across the top, but there are many trails to be used, which helps to keep the cables from getting to thick, bundling them all together. The bottom of the chassis is open and does offer some room to tuck wires, but only if the PSU used is short.
The drive cage under the PSU cover will hold a pair of 3.5" drives or a pair of 2.5" drives, and also keep in mind; a third drive can be screwed to the floor. The bays are easy to use with the plastic trays, but we do wish this was removable.
The area at the back is left to slide in the PSU to power the system. The floor is well vented, and there are raised steel bumps for the PSU to rest on. We also see another Molex connection, which needs to be made if you want the AZZA name on the PSU cover to light up.
We like that the USB 3.0 lead, the pair of USB 2.0 leads, and the HD Audio lead are not only long, but they are black to blend into the build. However, the shorter wires for the power switch, the reset switch, the HDD LED, and the power LED are left in their natural state instead of blacking them out as well.
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