The front is covered in a nice mesh look allowing for fresh air to flow freely through, but don’t worry, as Thermaltake has made sure to add dust filters down the whole front panel to help stop unwanted dust. The side of the front panel has six small light blue accents that help get away from the almost all black theme, and in addition, they match the LEDs. The side panel sports a nice big window to show off all of your expensive hardware. It is also accompanied by an optional 200mm fan installation area in case you feel the need to add more air flow to your Overseer.
The back is fairly basic with the two pre-cut holes for routing wires and tubing and the one 120mm exhaust fan.
The front I/O panel sports two USB 3.0 (via internal header), two USB 2.0, one eSATA connector, Mic & Speaker (support AC’97 & HD Audio).
Behind the I/O panel, is the HDD docking station that can be used for 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives along with hot-swap capabilities.