Raidmax Agusta Case Overview
For a full overview of the Agusta case be sure to check out our video below.
The Raidmax Agusta looks like nothing else out on the market right now. The case design is pretty extreme and definitely will draw some attention at the next LAN party you attend. We received the black / white version of the case, but it also comes in a black / gunmetal version as well. This case is listed on a few different sites as a full tower, but it really is not. It is more of a mid tower with a hard drive compartment on the bottom.
Taking a look at the front of the case you can see how this case really looks like something futuristic. Towards the top there are three 5.25-inch drive bays. Each of the drive bay covers have a mesh design and have easy-release latches.
Moving down to the “Armor” part of the case as I’m calling it. It is actually a door! The door is held into place with magnets and is easily opened. Once opened it reveals two more 5.25-inch drive bays.
All of your front panel connections are located on the top of the case. You have power and reset buttons, activity and power LEDs, two USB 2.0 ports, a single USB 3.0 port, audio connections and knobs for the fan controller. The fan controller supports up to 5 fans and you can even adjust the brightness of the LEDs on the fans. Moving towards the back of the case there is a large mesh section that does have some cool futuristic “Armor” on and around it. Under the mesh is two 120mm LED fans.
The side panel of the case has room for either a 120 or 180mm cooling fan. The side of the case also gives us access to the hard drive trays. Press in on the two buttons on the bottom compartment to reveal six hard drive trays. These trays are easily removable and support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives. You can access the backside of the trays from the opposite side of the case as well.
The back side of the case features a 120mm exhaust fan. There are 7 expansion slots and three watercooling holes with the included rubber inserts. Like most cases your power supply will be mounted on the bottom of the case. Thumbscrews secure both side panels on the case. There is an odd vent on bottom of the case, this houses two 80mm cooling fans, which are set to cool your hard drives.
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