Inside the H100
The front panel pulls off with some pressure to release the plastic pins. Once removed, we see the large RGB lit 200mm fan. The front has a fine mesh which should stop larger dust particles but no actual removable filter in place. The front mesh will be cleaned as needed.
Pulling the main panel, we see the vertically placed storage bracket which is fastened to the main chassis with four screws.
Now, we pulled the front bracket along with the top panel to open up the H100 for viewing. Now we see the four standoffs and nothing else really besides the fans PWM and RGB connectors.
Here we take a look upfront form the inside. We can see that three slotted mounting slots can be used for various size radiators or fans depending upon what you choose for your system cooling.
With the top panel removed, we see that the chassis is a metal frame that the exterior mounts to no cooling mounting or anything up top.
Last updated: Feb 20, 2020 at 04:26 am CST