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Accessing the internals is a simple matter of removing two thumbscrews and
pressing down on the release mechanism on the side panel. The layout inside
is typical for a microATX tower with a standard ATX power supply at the top,
2 x 5.25" and 1 x 3.5" external drive bays, 2 hard drive caddies,
and 2 x 92 mm case fans.
The E20 is very easy to work in due to its tool-less design with plastic
quick-release latches on the drives and expansion slots. The only components
that require a screwdriver to remove are the heatsink, power supply, and
The intake fan has a plastic shroud over it that diverts some of the air
upward and downward toward the hard drives.
The E20 also has an integrated speaker below the front fan. It is a bit
underpowered and sounds a little hollow compared to desktop speakers,
but fairly good compared to those found in laptops and all-in-one desktops.
This is a nice touch as most companies don't equip their systems with
external speakers to encourage productivity.
The CPU is cooled with a aluminum heatsink bolted down to the board and
a 92 mm fan. The E20 has four memory slots total, two of which were populated
in our 4GB configuration.
The graphics card has a small, single-slot cooling solution with a tiny
The power supply is an 80 PLUS Bronze unit with a total output of 280W.
It is manufactured by AcBel Polytech, a well-known OEM.
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