Inside the Primera PM01B-RGB
Once the bezel is removed from the front of the chassis, we can then unclip the dust filter that protects the fans. Behind the filter, we spot three highly stylized fans, where there is a similar design to the SilverStone logo, and all parts of the fan are clear to help with the glow of RGB LEDs.
The inside of the chassis is divided into two sections. One larger section for the main components, while the thinner section blocks the view of all things we do not need to see.
Inside the front of the chassis, we can see that the fans are mounted on the tabs, but we can also see many holes as well as other tabs to support various configurations of fans or radiators.
Removing four small screws, two from each side of the chassis, we were then able to lift off the shiny black cover on top of the case. Removing it is the only way to gain access to mount extra cooling in the top of this tower. Also, notice the large light near the back. This is under the scoop, and there is one on each side of the PM01.
The motherboard tray offers seven ways to pass wires, and three of the holes have grommets in them. The CPU cooler access hole is huge, there are sixteen wire tie points, and to the right of the motherboard, we could install a trio of SSDs.
The PSU cover is painted to match the rest of the interior, and also has the SilverStone name and logo painted on it. There are two holes near the motherboard for front panel wires, and just behind the front fan, part of the cover will slide back to allow a radiator header to fit.
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