Removing the side panel of the case reveals the somewhat unique interior. Towards the back bottom is your standard PSU slot.
Working your way up are the seven blue mesh expansion bay covers, rear 120mm exhaust fan and two 120mm intake fans on top. All of the fans in this case only have a 4-pin molex, which doesn’t give the user any options for fan speed control, like that of a 3-pin.
What’s unique about this case is its drive cage design. While this case only supports up to four 2.5” or 3.5” drives, it does offer a unique take on the layout of the drives. You can use the default configuration which consists of the two hard drive cages stacked on top of each other, removing the top cage all-together or installing the top cage next to the bottom cage. Each drive can be installed using the removable drive tray.
Up to three 5.25” drives can be also installed using the tool-free installation clips.
The front 120mm fan is the only blue LED fan inside of the case as well as the only intake fan. It’s also good to see that Raidmax is using up-to-date USB 3.0 connections for onboard USB 3.0, rather than a standard USB 3.0 cable that can be seen in some older cases.
The right side of the case gives you a better view of the cable management holes. However there aren’t many places to tie the cables down on the back of the motherboard tray.