Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 3, 2014 - 06:52 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Raidmax, Scorpio V
At 8.4"W x 19.7"H x 19.7"L and 15lb the Raidmax Scorpio V is not overly large but does have some uniqueness to it in the bottom mounted PSU and top mounted SATA docking port on the top, in between the 4 USB ports and audio plugs. All the openings have removable filters to help keep the case clean and numerous grommets allow for externally mounted radiators to be placed in several locations. There is a lot of space in the interior for drives to be installed but the cages are static and cannot be moved; short of modding the case of course. Check out the full review at [H]ard|OCP.
"The Raidmax brand is not exactly synonymous with enthusiast computer products. It it however trying to gain more visibility outside of the budget market. Its new Scorpio V computer case certainly has an edgy look and a full list of enthusiast worthy features. Does its value exceed its $75 street price?"
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