Inside Dragon Slayer
Both panels are fastened to the case using black thumbscrews, which is excellent. Before talking about the internals from Dragon Slayer, let’s take a better look at the left-side panel, as shown in Figure 9. As explained, this
panel supports the installation of up to four 120 mm fans, have a big air filter and the holes for attaching screws feature rubber rings, which help reducing the vibration produced by the fans and thus their noise level.
In Figure 10 you can have an overall look from inside Dragon Slayer. As mentioned, the interior from this case is painted black. The motherboard tray has a huge opening on the area where the CPU is located, so if you want to upgrade your CPU cooler in the future with a model that comes with a different kind of back plate you won’t need to remove the motherboard from the case in order to install it. The motherboard tray also has several holes, allowing to route cables behind the motherboard tray, which may help to improve the ventilation inside the computer.
One important feature is that this case supports two video cards up to 12.6” (32 cm).