Getting back to basics
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 8, 2006 - 05:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The RAIDMAX X-1 gets back to basic case design, with a few extras. There's no moulded plastic front, it is simply black and silver although there is an integral display included. Add the 120mm fan, and you have a pretty well designed case, though I'm sure once Modders-Inc has finished with it, it will look quite different.
"In an age of "over plastic" and wildly designed cases a classic looking case may grab your attention
as never before. The RAIDMAX X-1 case maintains the appearance of a mild-mannered case while including
all the right features to turn heads... without feeling overly pre-mod. In the hands of the right
modder there is no end to what could be done to personalize the X-1."
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