In Win 307 is among the company's more grounded creations this Computex. When it's powered down, a build with this case doesn't look like much, but when you power it on, you're greeted by a light-show from a 144-pixel (8 x 18 pixels) display made up of 1 cm² "pixels" that are diffused through a silicon sheet so they look more like glowing warm-white dots, than squares. This display plugs into one of your USB 2.0 motherboard headers, and you use software to do a bunch of things with it - a customized animation, visualization for your PC's audio output (graphic equalizer), or one of several animation presets.
That aside, the 307 is a vertically-partitioned case, with the left compartment housing the ATX motherboard tray, and room for graphics cards up to 35 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16 cm in height. There are several detachable fan-mounts in this compartment, including two bottom 120 mm intakes, three 120 mm top exhausts (fixed), and three 120 mm exhausts perpendicular to the top panel. The right compartment has the PSU compartment and drive bays, including two 3.5-inch, and four 2.5-inch mounts.
Source : TechPowerUp