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Raidmax Atomic Mini-Tower Case

  Introduction: The Raidmax Atomic Mini-Tower case comes in a very small but stylish cube design, adorned on five sides in a black brushed aluminum finish. Three black acrylic glass windows surround the exterior giving the Atomic a very suave gorgeous look. The Raidmax Atomic is equipped with one 120mm exhaust fan at the back, offering the option to add an AIO 120mm water cooling system within it. The Raidmax Atomic, was built to house a Mini-ITX motherboard, and was introduced to the public for the first time during Computex 2014. Could this be the perfect HTPC case? Read on to see if the Atomic from Raidmax is just what you have been looking for. About Raidmax: Raidmax founded in 1988 with the mission of providing the best Solutions: specifically, meeting your requirements for innovative designs, excellent performance and quality products. Known worldwide, the name Raidmax is not only a case designer but also the perfect manufacture for the budget minded. You can simply spend a little but you receive higher quality than you expect. It has been more than 10 years since Raidmax began its work on its unique product lines. The name of Raidmax is synonymous to gaming design and budget cases. In the United States alone, when we hear the name Raidmax we considered it as one of the best second tier brands.



Raidmax Cobra Z Case Review

Are you in the market for a budget priced chassis that looks like you spent more? Introducing the Cobra Z from Raidmax, a mid tower case that offers a wide variety of hardware configurations and cooling support. Raidmax frequently leans toward a more budget build of case, yet they don't seem to be lacking the interesting character which appeals to many builders. Does the new Cobra Z live up to the expectations builders look for in a budget case? Read on to find out!



Raidmax RX-1000AE Power Supply Review

Power supplies in the 1000W still offer plenty of power to those who will predominantly run multiple graphics cards in their systems, but that doesn't mean these units need to cost a fortune. Indeed, there is a considerable market for those enthusiasts who are of more modest means, and still want plenty of power. This is where the Raidmax 1000AE 1000W might offer a solution. It's a kilowatt unit that's very reasonably priced at only $150. Frankly, that's a steal of a deal, and if you want a power supply that's partly modular, sleekly styled, and won't break the bank, you might want to have a closer look at this Raidmax unit.



Raidmax Horus case review

We have the new Raidmax Horus mid-tower case in for review today. Named after Egyption mythology, Horus first appeared as a soaring falcon and has been worshipped in Egypt as representative of the greatest cosmic powers. The Horus PC chassis is packed with all the features you would expect in its class. It has cable management, water-cooling support and tool-less installation options. Raidmax has been reinventing their case lineup with more features than users expect to see, even with some of their budget-friendly cases. The question is, "Will this sleek designed case, named after an Egyptian god, meet your requirements?" Read on to find out more.



RAIDMAX Announces a Full Tower Chassis – VAMPIRE

  A Spacious No-Hassle Case 3 January, 2013, L.A., California, U.S.A. – RAIDMAX today announces the VAMPIRE, a full tower case with all the features a PC building enthusiast could want: tool-free design, convenient top I/O panel, zero-clutter cable management, water cooling support, and SSD hot swap functionality. Supporting motherboard form factors up to XL-ATX, the VAMPIRE is an ideal chassis for those looking for a spacious no hassle-case. Tool-Free Features To minimize installation, upgrade and maintenance stress the VAMPIRE has several tool-less features. This case holds up to five 5.25” drives and seven 2.5” SSD/3.5” HDDs that are easily set into place with a tool-less mounting mechanism. The side panels and PCI slot covers use thumbscrews. Also, the fan filter on the bottom of the PSU can be easily pulled out for cleaning. For overclockers who wish to add top case fans or radiators, the metal mesh can be removed without tools. Hardware Capabilities This spacious case can support the highest-end of setups. Lengthy, high-end video cards up to 13 inches (330mm) in length are supported. As a powerful video card requires a beefy power supply; this case supports power supplies up to 10.43 inches (265mm) long. For those overclocking, the Vampire supports massive CPU coolers up to a height of 7.68 inches (195mm). In addition, the VAMPIRE has 10 PCI slots for a plethora of expandability options. 2.5” HD Hot Swap Functionality For on the fly data transfer the V...



RAIDMAX’ Holiday Special and New Version of AGUSTA

RAIDMAX Announces Special Discount for Selected Chassis for the Holiday Season Holiday Special and New Version of AGUSTA Just in Time for the Holiday Season November 27, 2012, L.A., California, U.S.A. – RAIDMAX is pleased to announce that selected chassis is available for a special discount for the holiday season. This holiday special with a drop of the price of $10 and more on the latest selected RAIDMAX’s cases includes: AGUSTA, RAPTOR and ORION. In addition to offering this sale just in time for the holiday season, RAIDMAX is also releasing a new version of AGUSTA. This new version of AGUSTA not only features the original two-compartment internal design but also features a titanium colored front shield, green LED lighting and a side panel window to show off your hardware. Be sure to check out this newly released RAIDMAX AGUSTA as well as the holiday discount special at Amazon, Fry’s, Newegg and etc. For more product details, please check out: http://www.raidmax.com/chassis/agusta.html About RAIDMAX RAIDMAX was founded in 1988. The brand became well-known in early 2003 with its debut of the “Scorpio” PC chassis – the very first in the industry focusing purely on gamers. RAIDMAX’s core-competence in offering price-performance PC cases makes the brand top seller on many online shops in North America, Asia and Europe. RAIDMAX dedicates itself in designing innovative and exceptional PC chassis, in addition to providing the best cost-effectiv...



RAIDMAX Announces the Wide-Bodied COBRA Mid Tower Chassis

RAIDMAX is pleased to announce a mid tower chassis with a patented wide body design – COBRA. Designed with gamers’ tastes in mind, this wide-bodied ATX and micro-ATX supporting chassis features LED lights, tool-less installations, and an effective thermal design. The 240mm (9.4″) wide COBRA has plenty of interior space to fit the hardware gamers desires, and many tool-less features to make installations easy. Up to three 3.5″ and four 2.5″ hard drives can be installed in the HDD cages. The 2.5″ HDD cage can be removed. These hard drives just slide into the bay thanks to the COBRA’s rail slide technology. The three 5.25″ bays also have a tool-free design, allowing for simple optical drive installation. The smart one-click 5.25″ bay covers on the front of the case come off with limited effort, and make it even easier to install optical drives. With its wide body, the COBRA can accommodate CPU coolers up to 6.9″ tall, and has a roomy 25cm behind the motherboard tray for cable management. There are seven vented PCI slots and expansion cards up to 16.3″ in length fit in the chassis when the 2.5″ HDD cage is removed. Effective Thermal Design The front 120mm LED fan has a green glow, adding a gaming ambiance to the case and the room. The rear 120mm black exhaust fan blends in unobtrusively with the rest of the case. At the top of the RAIDMAX COBRA two 120mm fans or one 180mm fan can be placed adding more cooling ...





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