Overall/Final Verdict

This being our first review of a Raidmax case, I wasn’t sure what to expect at first. I was impressed with their attention to detail with small features as well as things like the bag all of the accessories came in. But at the same time, I wish they would have spent a little more time adjusting the front panel controls though. The front panel controls stand out against the rest of the cases styling. The White and black contrast is also very sharp but the armor look may not work for everyone. I also would love to see a side panel window on this case, the inside looks great but there isn’t any way to show it off. Really when you take into account that the Agusta doesn’t have a side panel window, it’s amazing how much detail Raidmax went into inside. At just under $110 currently, the case is a little pricey. But you have to remember all of the fans are adding to the cost as well. Hopefully we see that price come down slightly, this could be a good case for people who want an aggressive look.


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