A 120 mm dual-radiator can be mounted on the top. Two “fold-down” handles makes it easy to move the LanBoy Air around.
The handles can be dismounted by removing screws on each side.
If we turn the case around we will see a regular backside with room for the motherboards I/O shield and a 120 mm fan placed in the top. Below this 8 x PCI-slots, whereas the bottom-one is designed to make room for the USB 3.0 and power safety cords from the front panel. The remaining slots make it possible to mount three GFX-cards in SLI/CrossFireX.The holes for watercooling are used to lead tubes in and out the case.
The power supply is mounted in a detachable cage where there is room for a ATX sized PSU. The fan on the backside is the same kind as the ones on the side panal and is specified to run 900-1500 RPM with a noise level on 27.9 dB.
The fan on the back side can be adjusted in RPM via a switch. The same switch is used in other of Antec’s cases as it is also designed to control fans in the top of the case as the big Dark Fleets cases.
The fan can be set to either high or low speed depending of the user’s need for cooling.
The case has six robust rubber feet. The mesh, here more open, lets the power supply take in air from below.