A Closer Look – From the Outside (Cont’d)
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Moving around to the backside of the case you can see that the power supply is located at the bottom of the enclosure.  Other than that it is a pretty typical ATX layout.  Note the two openings with protective bushings beside the expansion slots, which can be used for routing tubing to an external water-cooling system.  Towards the top of the case, beside the motherboard I/O shield, is a 120mm exhaust fan.

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All three of the included 120mm Tri-Cool fans incorporate 3-position speed control slide switches (Hi-Med-Low).  The two switches for the top and rear exhaust fans are located near the top edge of the rear panel.

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The top of the case is plain except for the single 120mm exhaust fan located towards the back edge.  The P182SE comes with a black plastic cowling that can be snapped over the rear fan location if desired.

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Turning the case upside down reveals four silicone rubber feet.

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