The interior has support for up to two 3.5" disks and two 2.5" SSDs. Should you need to install a third SSD, you can convert one of the 3.5" mounts to 2.5". Other than this, the interior has four expansion slots, room for a radiator of up to 280mm, support for a video card of up to 379mm (with front fan removed), and room or a CPU cooler of up to 163mm tall. As mentioned above, the case accepts a Micro-ATX motherboard or you could also use a Mini-ITX model.
The front offers some I/O ports includeing USB 3.0 x 2,USB 2.0 x 2, Audio x 1 and MIC x1. Overall, nothing special here. It's unknown when this model will hit the market. SilverStone says it will likely cost around $70-80.
Equipped with ARGB light strip and one 120mm ARGB fan, controlled by a click of a button Precisely designed interior provides sufficient space for high end graphics card and multiple cooling options Adjustable drive cage, which allows for a flexible storage option I/O ports includes 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x Audio and 1 x MIC Removable filters on top and bottom make cleaning out dust a breeze