Page 3: Installation
After removing a few thumbscrews, the motherboard tray slides out the back side and thanks to that PSU location, it stays out of the way.
Installation of motherboard was a breeze. Including the rear fan with the tray was a great design because it allows for third party coolers can be installed while the tray is out. If that wasn't an option, the mobo could be installed but the cooler would have to wait until the tray is slid back, which would have defeated the purpose.
The removable HDD cage was nice additional feature as well. The main downfall is that we could only install two HDDs in this cage. Additional HDDs would to be installed in the remaining slots in the case. The Panzerbox would surely benefit from toolless hard drive slots.
And finally, here we are fully installled. A lot wires just wandering about, but we must admit, we didn't make a huge effort when it came to cable management with the Panzerbox. Maybe we were just lazy, but more so, we are probably spoiled by other cases that give us better routing options.