Inside the GMC R-2 Toast
In Figure 9, you can take a look at the inner side of the left panel, with its air duct for the CPU. If you want, you can remove this duct and install an 80 mm fan here, blowing air directly on the CPU cooler.
In Figure 10, you can see the interior of the R-2 Toast. Despite its relatively compact size, it has room for a full ATX motherboard. The motherboard tray is not removable, and there is no access to the solder side of the motherboard, so if you want to install or remove a cooler that uses a backplate, you will need to remove the motherboard from the case.
In Figure 11, you see the rear panel, viewed from inside. The Toast uses regular screws to fasten expansion cards to the chassis.
In Figure 12, you can check how the R-2 Toast looks with a complete system installed. We installed a microATX motherboard, but it is also compatible with full ATX models. Thanks to the position of the drive bays, there is a good available space inside the case, which improves the airflow and, thus, the ventilation.
We measured the available space and the reviewed case supports video card up to 11" (270 mm).