The interior of the LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X corresponds to the appearance of many current midi towers. LC-Power now also uses a construction with two separate chambers. The larger area is designed very open. Due to the lack of hard drive bays in the front, mounted front fans can transport cold air into the interior unhindered. In the left area a mainboard in ATX format and the expansion cards find place. To make the system look tidy after assembly, a total of ten cable management openings have been punched into the mainboard tray.
The upper chamber is separated from the power supply chamber by a cover. This cover has three further openings for laying cables and a small cut-out in the front area. This is to allow the installation of deeper radiators.
In order to be able to look under the cover better, we continue with the review on the backside. On the back there is up to 20 millimeters of space for laying power supply cables. In order to be able to lash all cables properly, the Gaming 701B must of course also have the obligatory cable tie points. Under the cover there is space for a power supply unit, which unfortunately is not decoupled, and there is also an expandable HDD cage.
HDD is a good keyword at this point. A total of four data carriers can be installed in the LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X. The hard disk cage allows the mounting of two 3.5″ HDDs or one HDD and one SSD. Two additional 2.5″ data carriers can be screwed directly to the mainboard tray. However, this position is not really well thought out as it covers four of the six cable management openings. On the back side one could theoretically even mount two more 2.5″ SSDs. The necessary mounting frames aren’t part of the scope of delivery, though.
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