Published on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 03:57
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THE ISOLATIC 6020 INTERIOR
The Isolatic is not a very spacious mid-tower and if his dimensions are not enough you can see that the moment you remove the side panel.
Both 5.25” drive bays feature tool-free lock mechanisms while the 1.44” drive bay can also be used with a 3.5” drive.
Further down we see the 3.5” drive cage which can hold up to three drives.
There’s also room at the top of the cage for a single 2.5” drive.
A total of 3 cable management holes are placed on the mainboard tray (minus the rather small CPU cutout).
We rarely see PCI shields that can’t be used again but the Isolatic comes with exactly that.
The PSU area has enough room for standard sized models, anything larger and you will probably have clearance issues.
Unfortunately there’s not enough room for cable management behind the mainboard tray but thanks to the right side panel which extends outwards that shouldn’t be a problem.