Closer look at the interior
The interior of the Overseer is completely black with the exception of the three buttons that secure optical drives in place.
In the motherboard tray, TT cut a decent sized opening in it for changing out the CPU cooler. There are five rubber grommet covered opening for routing cable along with three more that are not covered with the grommet. Cable management should be a non-issue with this case.
Here we have the back of the MB tray which doesn’t have a lot of room for securing cables, so that is the reason for the protruded side panel. Without the condition of the side panel there would only be about 1/3 of an inch of gap.
These sturdy plastic pieces are used to secure any 5.25” devices in place. Just under the optical bays are five plastic docks for easy mounting of 2.5”/3.5” drives.
The first vent area in the bottom of the Overseer is for the PSU and the second one is for a 120mm/140mm cooling fan that the user would have to purchase them self.
The eight expansion slots in the rear are covered by vented covers. The 120mm cooling fan in the rear spins at 1000 RPM and has a noise level of 16 dBA.