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Raidmax Sagitta Gaming Case Review
By: Developer Shed
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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 - Conclusion

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    After looking all over this case, it really seems to be worth what it costs. We found it online for as low as $55 plus shipping. This doesn't cost much more than a decent PC case, and it looks far more impressive.

    The lights on the front panel alone were a great idea. With the blue side panel light and the front bright blue, it looks like your computer is is glowing blue from inside the case. I like this effect, and then the bottom front of the case itself flashes red during disk access. It kind of looks like a Spiderman color theme. Raidmax also offers a black, light gray, and blue theme if you don't like this one.

    I also tried out the front USB and audio connectors. USB drives worked as expected, and the audio sounded good on an average pair of headphones. There wouldn't be any sound quality difference between this and plugging it into the sound card.

    Everything considered, this is a very solid case. It offers a sweet spot for price and quality that is appealing to the niche for mid-range gaming cases. This is a very nice pre-modified case with a great paint job and features that are standard in more expensive enclosures. I would recommend it to build a system that looks sharp, including plenty of lights and adequate airflow and all the screwless features, without paying $150 for a fancy aluminum case.


    • Unique and attractive front panel design and lighting.
    • Screwless and toolless side panels, drive bays, and rear slots make this case very easy to work with.
    • Excellent paint job.
    • Front mesh allows a lot of air intake, and airflow in general would be good with an intake fan installed.
    • Front panel USB and audio jacks.
    • Very reasonable price for a flashy gaming case.


    • The 4-pin power connectors could be produced better.

    We would like to thank Raidmax for providing this review sample. Also thank you for reading Dev Hardware's review of the Raidmax Sagitta gaming case.

    For more information on this and other products, please check out Raidmax's corporate website. If the Sagitta doesn't appeal to you, you'll probably find at least one you like on the site. You can also start shopping for a Raidmax case with the Pricegrabber links below.

    DISCLAIMER: The content provided in this article is not warranted or guaranteed by Developer Shed, Inc. The content provided is intended for entertainment and/or educational purposes in order to introduce to the reader key ideas, concepts, and/or product reviews. As such it is incumbent upon the reader to employ real-world tactics for security and implementation of best practices. We are not liable for any negative consequences that may result from implementing any information covered in our articles or tutorials. If this is a hardware review, it is not recommended to open and/or modify your hardware.
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