|Despite it's rather compact size, the inside of the Carbide 275R offers space for an ATX form-factor motherboard. Apparently you can also install mATX and miniITX motherboards. The motherboard tray features pre-soldered standoffs allowing you to put your motherboard in place in a breeze. Furthermore there is the usual large cut-out behind the CPU socket, which allows you to install aftermarket cooling solutions without having to remove the entire motherboard. Around the tray there are several openings for routing cables and there is enough clearance between the motherboard tray and the right side panel.
Like with all new cases, there is plenty of space for ATX power supplies in the bottom of the case with the fan facing outside. This particular case allows the installation of up to two 3.5" HDDs and four 2.5" SSDs. For our system, we chose to use a mid-range graphics card and an AIO cooler. As you can see from the pictures below we have not encountered any problems related to a lack of space, dimensions or assembly and all the components are correctly placed inside the case. Despite the fact, that there isn't too much space for wiring it was possible to arrange the cables neatly. If you're planning on installing an all-in-one water cooler we recommend you to check the specs in detail to make sure you can actually fit it.