The Raidmax Skyline comes in two different styles and two different colors. The two different styles are the windowed series and the silent series. The two color options are either black and silver with blue LEDs or just plain black with red LEDs. We received the black and silver with blue LEDs for this review.
The case has a sleek look to it because of the black piano finish around the case. This case doesn’t seem to have much of a wow factor on the outside of the case with its relatively simple rounded design on the front.
The easy access ports are located on the top of the case and include power/reset buttons/LEDs as well as two USB ports and an audio/mic jacks. The top of the case forms the shape of a radiator almost the entire length of the case.
The side panel shows how large the window actually is on this case; it seems much larger than other cases we’ve reviewed. Silver trim lines the window around the corners and centers of each side of the window pane. A small 80mm blue LED fan rests in the upper left hand corner of the window.
The back panel has the basic layout of a simple bottom mounted PSU case: PSU slot, seven expansion slots, fan grill, and motherboard I/O slot.
Two thumbscrews on either side panel secure the panel to the case.