With the first glance of this beast, it may take a little bit to soak it all in, as there are a lot of options which greet you. The front panel bays are covered in honeycomb mesh with filters installed behind them. At the top of the front panel is the X-Dock SSD hot-swap bay, and the bottom contains a hidden tool kit for the installation. The side panel will give you the option of installing two 120mm intake fans to help with the overall cooling of the system.
The back sports three pre-cut holes for routing your tubing or wires in and out of the Trooper. It also has the standard 120mm fan for exhaust. The other side panel comes with ventilation holes around the hard drive area to help bring in fresh air, depending on how you use the modular HDD bays.
The top of the case has a very sturdy carrying handle, able to support up to 95 pounds, to help with transporting this beast if you decide to do so. The handle is wrapped in rubber to make it comfortable on your hands while giving it a somewhat anti-slip surface as well. The top has one 200mm fan for exhausting the excess hot air, which can be converted into two 120/140mm fans if you choose to go that route.
The included front panel connections and controls provide a user with the ability to make on-the-fly changes to fan speed and case LEDs while USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, and audio connections are also provided as an added means of convenience. This is topped off by a 2.5” HDD/SSD X-dock that makes mounting an extra drive as easy as loading a Blu-Ray/DVD.