Raijintek Metis Review
Up Close: Interior
There's not actually a lot inside the Metis to talk about, which is fair enough when you consider the size. Aside from a smallish CPU cut out there are no other cable management holes, however the Motherboard panel doesn't quite go all the way up to the roof line so should you need it, and we think you will, there is at least a bit of extra space to be had up there. There's also a bracket for a 3.5" drive up here, and although access might seem a bit limited, the bracket is removable. For that matter, the removal of a few screws actually enables you to take the whole roof off the case.
A single 120mm fan provides the only active cooling in the Metis, so it'd be a good idea not to obstruct it when you organise your cables. We can also see that if left in place the upper 3.5" bracket does somewhat reduce the room available for thicker GPUs. Down on the floor there's additional storage room. This time for either a pair of 2.5" SSDs or a single 3.5" drive. Strange that, as the Technical Specification from Raijintek only mentions room for one 3.5" device.
The rear of the motherboard has a small cut out and a longitudinal aperture along the roof line. There's no real cable management space back here though apart from maybe stashing additional lengths of front I/0 cables.