Packaging and Content
The case comes in a fairly plain cardboard box with just the name on both larger panels. On the sides, you will find specifications and some marketing points, alongside carrying holes for easier transportation. A colored, illustrated sticker will let you know which version can be found within the package.
The case is protected by two fairly compact Styrofoam spacers, while a plastic bag further protects it from scratches and fingerprints during the packing process at the factory.
You will receive an assorted set of black screws and a good number of zip ties for the Baronkase Liquid. As the chassis also includes an AIO which is essentially identical to the GamerStorm Captain 120, you will receive the same mounting gear for it. There is also a PSU bracket should you want to install a full ATX board inside the chassis, which is naturally what we will be doing in this review.