The 650D has a great brushed aluminum look to it. The front has a honey comb mesh design over the massive 200mm intake fan. The five optical drives are topped with the stealth I/O ports, which we will take a look at later. The side panel has a good sized window to show off all your hardware, as well as two quick release handles to get inside your case.
The back of the 650D has a 120mm exhaust fan as well as two pre-cut holes for routing wires and tubing in and out of the case. The back panel also comes with the two quick-release handles to make accessing both sides of the case quick and easy.
The stealth I/O area sports two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, one MIC, one headphone, and one IEEE 1394 connection. The power and reset buttons are placed alongside the I/O area, but are not hidden.
The top of the 650D comes with one hot-swap bay for easy access and transferring of data from one drive to the others on your system. The fan control switch is also located in this area, and will give you control over four fans at three different speed settings.