Lian-Li designed this case with three thermal zones.
Zone 1 Houses one of the two HDD 3.5" drive bays. This HDD cage comes complete with rubber mounting rings for installing the HDDs, reducing vibration and noise. This zone also has 3 external 5.25" bays, one of which can be converted into a external 3.5" bay. On the back side of the case in zone 1 there is a 140mm exaust fan.
Zone 2 The middle of the case is where the ATX sized motherboard will be placed. The motherboard area is large enough to accommodate up to 3 full sized graphics cards. In zone 2 you see the VGA pillar (as Lian-Li calls it). This pillar will make sure large and heavy graphics cards don't pop out of their sockets when the case is being moved. Also located in zone 2, there are three 140mm fans. The two fans located in the front are for air intake. The one at the rear is the exhaust fan. At the bottom of zone 2, you will find two 2.5" HDD brackets that can be used to accommodate increasingly popular SSDs.
Zone 3 The PSU is mounted in the back of this zone, while the front houses the second 3.5" HDD cage. This zone also has one 140mm intake fan that is located in the bottom front area.
All 5 fans spread throughout this case are 1200RPM Lian-Li brand fans. They can be controlled with what Lian-Li calls a fan control, which is a basic switch that you can use to switch the fans from 800 to 920 to 1200 RPM. The only thing I don't get about this fan speed controller is why it only controls 3 of the 5 fans. All fans in the front of the case are mounted on removable brackets with removable and washable filters in front of each of them.
According to Lian-Li the multi-heat zone is designed for your ideal power systems. My initial test is looked purely at the airflow through the empty case. I can conclude that these fans, even without a PSU present, should provide excellent air flow through this case. Unless some items end up very badly placed or cable management is a problem, this should be a very cool case. We'll take a closer look on the next page.