Fractal Design Torrent RGB

The interior

The interior of the Torrent RGB TG is different and is shaped to allow for optimal airflow and cooling. Thanks to having the PSU at the top and not the bottom, the entire interior of the case acts as a wind tunnel that pushes the air from the front and out the back of the case.

 

The lower part of the Torrent has no less than three 140mm fans pre-installed. These are the regular Fractal Design AL-14 Prisma fans.

 

Around the motherboard tray, there are plenty of rubber grommets that cover the wire management spaces. These grommets are soft and will not hinder the cable management process.

 

The back side of the motherboard tray offers plenty of space for storing and routing your cables.

On the front side of the case and behind the motherboard tray there is the main storage of the Torrent RGB. Here there are no less than four SSD trays, each attached to the chassis with just a single metal thumb screw.

 

The other storage available with this case is located on the back side of the motherboard tray, in the shape of two additional storage trays, these are the standard 3.5″ trays.

 

On the lower front corner there is the infamous fan hub that has been replaced by the manufacturer. Later batches of this case will no longer require a replacement as more than likely it has been already done at the factory.

The new Nexus 9P fan hub can control up to 9 PWM fans and is using a single PWM header on the motherboard. The power of the fan hub is delivered through a single standard SATA connector.

 

The cables of the I/O panel in the case of the Torrent RGB are long and completely black.

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