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Raijintek Thetis Window Chassis Review

Raijintek Thetis Window Overview
Raijintek is offering the Thetis in both black and silver models, as you can see we received the black version. As I mentioned this case has one of the smallest footprints you’ll find for an ATX case. It has official dimesnions of 210 × 360 × 366 mm (WxDxH)and weighs in at only 11.46 lbs.

Raijintek Thetis Window Chassis

Starting at the front of the case we have this incredibly sleek brushed aluminum finish. There are only two things on the front of the case, a simple power button right at the top, and a subtle Raijintek logo at the bottom. This case does not have any optical drive bays, which is typical for cases these days, I mean does anyone still use an optical drive?

Raijintek Thetis Window Chassis

Above the bottom button on the top edge of the case you are going to find two USB ports as well as your audio connections. The rest of the top of the case is ventilated with an easily removable filter. Up top you can fit two 120 mm fans or watercooling radiators up to 240 mm. As you can see the top panel of the case is aluminum as well.

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On each side of the case you will find 3mm-thick tinted tempered glass side panels. The panels are held on the case by four large thumbscrews.

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At the back of the case we see a very interesting design. The motherboard tray on this case is flipped, so if you are looking at it, it actually looks like the motherboard will be sitting upside down. This also means the main side panel of the case is actually on the right. On the back towards the top you will find a power connector and once we get inside you will see why. Finally there is a pre-installed 120 mm fan towards the bottom of the back of the case.

Raijintek Thetis Window Chassis

If we flip the case over to the bottom we can see that there are four small rubber feet that are screwed into the bottom as well as a large hole at the front of the case. This hole is actually where your power supply will be installed, more on that later.

Raijintek Thetis Window Chassis

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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