A Detailed Look from the Outside (cont’d)
The top panel of the 330R Quiet enclosure is removable – held in place by small magnets, and is also lined with sound absorption material. Removing the top panel exposes two fan locations (120mm or 140mm) that can also accommodate a dual-fan radiator for liquid cooling if desired.
An external I/O panel is located at the top of the 330R Titanium case, just above the door for convenience, and contains:
• (2) USB 3.0 ports
• Headphone Out
• Microphone In
• System Reset Button
• Main Power Button
• Power and HDD Activity light
Looking at the rear of the enclosure reveals a typical ATX-tower style layout with the power supply mounted at the bottom of the enclosure instead of the top. A 120mm exhaust fan comes pre-installed and there are three pop-out openings below the fan for routing external liquid-cooling hoses in and out of the chassis if desired.
All of the expansion card brackets contain ventilation slots to allow warm air to exhaust out the rear of the case and are secured with thumb screws.
Flipping the 330R Titanium case upside down exposes four rubber feet and a large dust filter for the power supply air intake area. The filter is held in place with magnets so it can be easily removed and cleaned.