Ok, let’s move to the inside of the case, first removing the right side panel to reveal the back of the motherboard tray. Here you’ll notice a cutout for the CPU so you can easily installed or swap cooler if need be. The tray has plenty of holes to route wires through and some have a silicone or rubber covering on them, the others are rolled back to keep the sharp edges from cutting your cables.
Moving the left side, here’s a view of the six side panel fans from the inside, yes they all have fan grills on them.
Then here’s the inside of the case and you’ll see a brown accessory box hanging around in there. There’s only a box of screws in the box, yep in the large box is just a bag of screws.
The Touch 787 case has room for four 5.25” devices and they are tool-less, at least on the left side where they use plastic clips to secure them in place. You’ll need to use screws on the right side to really lock them down if you want.