Once we finally opened the case, we found a nice wire management solution used by Thermaltake. The Revo sports five pre-cut holes to route your cables easily around your case. So far, this is looking like it will work out great for system installation, but we will withhold final evaluation until we have our system in.
Now, with everything installed inside the Revo, you can see how well it did corralling all of our wires. With the pre-cut holes you can easily route your wires behind the motherboard tray. With the big hole on the bottom you will be able to route your PSU wires to the back with no problem at all. Having a clean install and no wire nests in your case clogging up the place, you will have better air flow and therefore lower hardware temperatures.
The front instake fan is covered by a huge dust filter that will keep a lot of unwanted dust out of your system. The filter can be easily popped off for spring cleaning, if needed.
The PSU and optional bottom fan area have a big sliding fan filter to help keep your bottom intake air as dust free as possible.
The front panel is fully covered in two mesh filters, which makes the bottom intake fan covered by two filters. The 5.25″ drive covers are lined with a thick mesh to keep any dust from floating through into your case.
The best part of the side panel fan is that Thermaltake has placed a filter on it to help keep your case clean. Too many times companies place big fans on the side of you case, but do not put filters on them. That just seems ridiculous to us because there is nothing to stop dust from being blown into the case and basically nullifying any other filters they have added to the case.