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 design and features that enthusiasts demand. The case is packed with all the features you would expect in its class like cooling with the 200mm front intake fan, water cooling support both internal and external setups, a top mounted SATA hot-swap bay, USB 3.0, five 5.25” external bays and a large side panel window. Will this sleek designed case enriched in features meet your requirements? Read on to find out more.
The box came shipped double boxed, the outside box was a high gloss black while the inner box was a generic corrugated box that replicated the outside box but less details and cheap printing.
The front of the outer box shows a 3d image of the face and top of the case highlighting the 3 external drive bays and off black rubberized design with a blue background building up behind the case.
We notice that both sides are identical giving the same information as the other side. The outer box shows a 3d image of the case including the face and allowing a visual appearance of its massive window on the left access panel . Below the picture of the outer box and centered on the inner corrugated box is a list of the cases basic specifications.
The back of both boxes has more detailed information and feature locations of the case including a closer look of specific features of the case including its cooling and filtration features, included fans, design, and the included hot-swap SSD drive bay.
Inside the inner box there is hard 3 inch thick Styrofoam to protect the case from drops and bumps wrapped in a felt cloth bag with the Raidmax logo printed on both sides while traveling to its new home.