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Raidmax Horus case review

Posted February 4, 2014 by Joe Kershner in Cases & PSU


Price at time of Review: $49.99


Great price, build quality, external cooling systems including internal rear, top and front mounted cooling support.


Non-reusable expansion slot covers, cable routing not protected, needs more cable management
The Raidmax horus is a great mid-tower budget case without limited features
by Joe Kershner
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Specifications and Packaging


From past reviews, I’ve seen a lot of great artwork and details put into the packaging of Raidmax Cases so I was a bit surprised to see a plain brown box. Looking at the front of the case, we unfortunately see a very plain outline of the case with some details on the front panel with Horus in big bold letters at the bottom.

Moving around to the side of the panel where both sides give the same information, we’re greeted with the friendly features of the front panel staring right at us with the case specifications below that.

The back of the box gives us the list of features incorporated and a wire frame of the case used as a key to the locations. Other than the details being a bit plain, I would have preferred having the case as the center of attention and then the features branching off from there.

Removing the case from the shipping box, we find it is protected by thick Styrofoam around all edges and wrapped with a clear plastic bag. I would have thought they would have used the same felt cloth used in their more expensive cases for that added protection.

Lets take a closer look at the case…

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