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The front face or panel is made up of brushed black aluminum and clear of any obstructions such as buttons, switches or LEDs. The only item present on the front panel is the Tuniq logo which does not hinder the look of the front panel, but rather, gives it a bit of class.

Along the side of the front panel are the USB and Audio ports. These ports allow you to keep the front panel door closed when you need to plug in your external devices. There is also a knock out for a Firewire port which is optional and did not come with this particular case. Who uses Firewire nowadays anyway, while at the same time, why don’t you just include it because every case on the market comes with it standard?

The rear of the case is fairly typical of ones I have used or reviewed in the past and allows for a 120mm exhaust fan with the typical spot to place the power supply at the top. One thing in this case that is a pre-installed is a switch located in the bottom bracket allowing for activation of the CCFL bulbs that are under the feet of the case.

The power and reset switches are located at the top of the front panel as are the power and activity LEDs. All of these are set flush with the panel giving it a clean look and can prevent accidental pushes.

Opening the door reveals the five 5.25” drive bays as well as two 3.5” bays. The door swings open to about 135 degrees which allows easy access to any optical drives you may have installed. You can also remove the back panel of the door to reveal the wiring channel of the case which routes the power and reset buttons to the motherboard.

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