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Raidmax Scorpio V PC Case Review

Raidmax Scorpio V PC Case Review The Scorpio has a few redeemable features that save it from being completely forgettable. The first two are standard for a decent gaming chassis: having support for graphic cards over 280mm (11″) gives the ability to provide a future-proof chassis, while many high graphic cards on the market sit …

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Raidmax Vampire PC Case Review

Raidmax Vampire PC Case Review The Raidmax Vampire is the next PC-Case in the Technic3D office. The Vampire supports SSI CEB,SSI EEB,XL-ATX,ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards and have place for 5x 120mm Cooling-Fans, 2x 200mm or 3x 140mm. We will check this and many more in the following Review… at Technic3D Related Items: Raidmax Vampire Full Tower PC …

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RAIDMAX Scorpio V PC Case Review

RAIDMAX Scorpio V PC Case Review The options are almost endless and then you have to decide on a manufacturer. Raidmax has been designing computer case solutions since 1988, providing innovative and quality products for enthusiast. The manufactuer has updated one of their oldest case lineups, the Scorpio. This design debuted in 2003, and now …

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Raidmax Horus Mid-Tower Case Review

Raidmax Horus Mid-Tower Case Review Alright, on to the good things! I must say once again the price is almost perfect. You are getting something decent enough, even with a few flaws, and the chassis doesn’t feel or look that cheap to me. Add the fact that the chassis supports the largest video cards on …

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Raidmax Cobra Mid-Tower Case Review

The Raidmax Cobra comes in a variety of different colors: Black, Red, Blue, White, and Titanium. We will be looking at the black one for this review. The Raidmax Cobra Black Steel Mid-Tower ATX Case will fit the bill of many consumers on a tight budget. Without spending a whole lot of money, the Raidmax Cobra offers many features that only some of the bigger and more expensive cases have. It provides tool-less drive bays, adequate space for cable management thanks to its wide body design, and four internal 2.5″ drive bays for laptop hard drives and even SSD’s, which is crazy for a case in this price range. The Raidmax Cobra also provides great airflow for high performance air cooling along with the option for a custom water cooling system. Thanks to two water cooling retention holes at the back of the case, a custom water cooling system can be installed into this case. With so many high-end features, this makes the Raidmax Cobra a very competitive case due to its aggressive pricing.

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Raidmax Vampire PC Case Review

Raidmax Vampire PC Case Review Starting with the negative and working to what the chassis has to redeem itself, I’m going to start with one of my larger complaints of false advertising. This I cannot let go; I have been duped in the past and more than once. It’s that feeling when you get a …

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Raidmax Vampire Gaming Tower Review

Raidmax Vampire Gaming Tower Review Banish thoughts of sparkling tween idols mooning over one another under the full light of the sun. Real vampires are twistedly handsome Gothic corpses that invoke fear and dread with a touch of dark eroticism. The Vampire case from Raidmax conjures images of Gothic castles with its black rounded edges …

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Raidmax Vampire Full Tower PC Case Review

Raidmax Vampire Full Tower PC Case Review We have the new Raidmax Vampire full tower case in for review today. Weighing in at just under 30 pounds, the Vampire’s bold but sleek design makes it stand out. The materials, design and build quality are excellent and apparent that a lot of thought went into the …

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