Date: August 15th, 2007
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermaltake USA
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH
Looking at the inside, again Thermaltake went for simplicity here. The motherboard tray is non-removable and accommodates both standard ATX and micro ATX boards. All drive bays are standard side facing and feature tool-less install. No front intake fan is included, although one can be easily installed by removing the front panel. Pulling it from the bottom pops it off. The front panel connectors are conveniently bundled together except at the ends.
Moving around to the opposite side, there are plenty of spaces to route and hide PSU cables. This will make for a much cleaner install.
On the inside of the side panel is a detachable CPU air guide. I suppose it’s better than nothing, however depending on the size of heatsink used on the processor this may get in the way. Thankfully, it can be removed if necessary.
On the bottom, four plastic feet keep the case from sliding around. They work, but in my experience rubber feet do a much better job.
Now that we’ve taken a walk around the Wing RS, it’s time to install hardware.