Top, Bottom and Rear Panels
The top panel of the Dragon Rider can be seen in Figure 7. It comes with one 120 mm fan identical to the front one, and you can install a second 120 mm fan, if you’d like to. The top fan can be removed if you want to install a 240 mm internal radiator from a liquid cooling solution.
The bottom panel (Figure 8), features an air intake for the power supply fan and you can choose to have the case feet showing or not.
In Figure 9, you can see the rear panel of the Dragon Rider. It comes with a 120 mm fan that is identical to the ones from the top and front panels. The power supply is installed at the bottom of the case, and the rear panel and the interior of the case are painted black. The Dragon Rider has eight expansion slots, which is definitely a plus, allowing you to install a dual-slot video card in the last slot of the motherboard (most cases come with seven slots, therefore not allowing this installation). All of them come with meshed covers.
The case also has four holes with rubber covers, two of them are for you to pass hoses of liquid cooling solutions, and the other two you must use to pass the cables coming from the USB 3.0 ports, which must be installed on the rear USB 3.0 ports of your motherboard.
Let’s now take a look inside the Dragon Rider.