Buyers in the $40 case market won’t expect much in the way of internal features, so the Griffin’s scarcity of drive clips shouldn’t surprise anyone. The $42 power supply actually looks a little out-of-place in this case.
Break-away EMI shields fill all but one of the external bays, leaving a small rough spot behind when removed.
An optional 120 mm, 92 mm, or 80 mm fan can be placed behind a somewhat-restrictive fan grill at the bottom of the Griffin’s front panel.
- Sticking It To “The Man”
- Cooler Master USP 100 (RC-P100-RKR1)
- Inside The USP 100
- Building With The USP 100
- In Win Griffin (With Power Man PSU)
- Inside The Griffin
- Building With The Griffin
- Thermaltake M9 VI1450BWS
- Inside The M9
- Building With The M9
- Test Settings
- Measured Test Results
- Energy And Acoustic Efficiency