Inside the TU150 Continued
Here we take a look at the rear expansion slot area, and the first thing to notice here again is the large 120mm fan opening which I assume most users will place a 120mm based AIO here to keep the system cool and also attach eth weight to the chassis vs. a larger tower cooler twisting away on the mainboard especially if this will be moved around regularly.
Here you can see the bottom dual fan mounts. This could help push more heat away from the GPU, but in practice, I do wonder if the airflow from fans would interfere with the natural flow and cavitation of the GPU coolers fans. Also do note that the lower fan mounting does not have any filtration, so keep that in mind if you install fans at the bottom as inlets.
The cable management or rear side of the TU150 is very flat and plain. In my opinion, this is ok because it has it where it counts with a few cable management loops near the top cable pass through along with some on the SSD mounting location to the left.
The front panel cables are as follows:
- USB 3.2 Gen 1 20-pin connector
- USB 3.2 Gen 2 connector
- Reset and power switch connector
- HD Audio connector
Now let's take a look at what accessories come in the pack.