Installing kit into R3 is generally hassle-free. There are a few things that need doing prior to getting the PSU in – for example, the PSU I use for all case reviews is a little longer than a standard ATX so the case fan mount on the bottom of R3 needs removing. The rubber grommets are also hidden behind the PSU due to its length so these cables must be fed through before fixing the PSU into place. Other than this, the R3 has lots of space and room for installing HDD storage. Cable management is easy to maintain.
Installation complete – behind the motherboard tray
Installing HDDs inside R3 is very easy. As we have come to experience with most cases, HDDs have to be attached to tray/bracket. To install a drive inside this tray screws must be attached to the underside of either 2.5/3.5” drives.
HDD installation inside metal tray – 2.5/3.5” compatibility