Inside the H100 Continued
Here we have the rear I/O area from the inside. The expansion slots number two, but if using a GPU as previously mentioned, you will be saddled with a tiny unit, figure 1080p gaming level. Here we also see that the main chamber precisely above the CPU section is the PSU mounting, which is compatible with full-size ATX PSUs. Once again, I would like to mention that if Cooler Master had equipped the H100 with SFX specific mounting, the fitment for CPU cooling would be much better.
Here is the SSD mounting plate, which we removed to take a look inside. The mounting works well to allow for multiple 2.5" drives in place without impeding other devices in the H100.
Looking internally at the floor of the H100, we see the slotted mounting for the anti-vibration rubber mounting screw sleeves for mounting drives inside this area.
The I/O cabling is very simple, with only a few connectors.
- Power, Reset, Power LED, and HDD LED connectors
- HD Audio connector
- 20-pin USB 3.2 Gen 1 connector (Feeds Type-A ports)
The I/O, while I would love to see a Type-C port, I think it is robust enough to be acceptable for a current-generation system of this stature.
Last updated: Feb 20, 2020 at 04:26 am CST