Let’s summarise all the aspects of the Premier before giving out our final verdict. There are two 120mm fans on the front panel and one 120mm fan on the back panel installed which are incredibly bright with white LEDs. It would have been great if there was a button to switch on and off the LED lights on the fans but that’s asking too much at this price. The top panel contains all the IO ports including two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 ports, audio out and mic in ports, power and reset button, and an SD/microSD card slot. There are two mounts on the top panel for two 120mm fans, but we were successful in installing only one otherwise the top panel wouldn’t attach.
You will be able to install a GPU with a maximum length of 270mm. If your GPU is longer (up to 320mm) then you will have to remove the SSD cage. There’s no room to install radiators anywhere in the cabinet which could be an issue if you’re planning an upgrade to liquid cooling. With our test rig, the CPU touched 70 degree Celsius in our Prime95 stress test.
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