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Raidmax Sagitta Gaming Case Review
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    Table of Contents:
  • Raidmax Sagitta Gaming Case Review
  • Unpacking the Case
  • Sagitta Exterior
  • Sagitta Interior
  • Included Raidmax Power Supply
  • Conclusion

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    Raidmax Sagitta Gaming Case Review

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    A good case sometimes makes the system. It can be a conversation piece and show personality for your computer. Raidmax has a line of awesome gaming cases that might be just right for your system. Today we are taking a look at the Raidmax Sagitta Gaming Case, full of lights and a few cool extras.

    Raidmax sells case enclosures for both OEM and retail markets, and they're known for coming up with some intriguing designs. The company has established a solid line of attractive gaming cases, and they are often designed and priced for the mid-range market. They also manufacture PC cases, power supplies, and cooling heatsinks and fans.

    The package arrived looking good, and I was anxious to tear through the box to see the case inside. All of Raidmax's pictures were of the front panel, so I wasn't even sure what the rest of thing was going to look like.

    Well, here's a few specifications on the case. Check them out, and then read on to see the case unpacked.

    Case Features

    Material: SECC Steel
    Form Factor: ATX 12" x 10.5" or smaller
    Slots: Standard ATX 7 slots
    Power Supply: 450 Watt PS2 ATX12V included

    Front Panel

    Magnetic front door panel
    Front Audio jacks
    2 x Front USB 2.0 access ports
    Blue LED power lights
    Red HDD access light

    Drive bays

    5 x 5 inch external drive bays
    2 x 3 inch floppy bays
    3 x 3 inch HDD bays


    120mm Super Silence fan in back
    80mm Blue LED fan in side panel window


    1 Year Warranty, like all Raidmax cases
    Custom side panel window with LED fan
    Screwless design for easy installation
    Mirror shine paint job
    Meets Intel CAG Regulations
    Intel Prescott Ready

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