Recently I reviewed Ikonik’s flagship case, the Ra X10 Liquid, an aluminum liquid cooled full tower. Today I will be looking at a slightly more basic version of that case, the Ra X10 Sim, which doesn’t have the liquid cooling components, but does have the Sim module, a USB controlled component that gives total control over the 13 case fans. Yes you read that right, 13 fans, the Ra X10 is a very ventilated case. Read on to check out the Ikonik Ra X10 Sim!
Ikonik Technology, a spin-off from one of the world’s largest hardware manufacturers, builds a full line of PC cases. Today I will be looking at another of Ikonik’s cases, a steel/aluminum mid tower, the Zaria A10. The Zaria shares some features with the Ra X10 that I liked. Actually, this case will be a change for me, the last few cases I looked at were full towers, moving back to a mid should be interesting. How will the Zaria compare to its liquid cooled big brother? Read on to see!
Chances are that you haven’t heard of Ikonik Technology. A number of professionals left one of the largest hardware companies in the world, and in February 2008 announced the formation of Ikonik. Starting out already having years of R&D, manufacturing and production management, and sales and marketing experience with a very successful company helped a lot. These guys aren’t a bunch of noobs blundering out into the IT market, they already know the industry, markets, products, and their competition. They presented their first products at Computex last June, including the Ra X10 case. They started winning awards there, and haven’t turned back. Today I will be looking at the Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid Cooled case, an aluminum full tower with a liquid cooling system installed. Besides having a very extensive liquid system, the case is probably the most ventilated PC chassis I have ever seen. And that’s not all, there are other innovations too. Read on to find out about the Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid!