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Raidmax AGUSTA No Power Supply ATX Mid Tower Case (Black/White) ATX-605BW
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- Case Type: ATX Mid Tower
- Material: Steel
- M/B Type: MicroATX, ATX; Supports max size of up to 10 x 12 inch
- Drive Bays: 13
- Internal Bay: 6x 3.5" HDD/2.5" SSD Racks; 2x 2.5" SSD Bays
- Front I/O Panel: 1x USB 3.0 port, 2x USB 2.0 ports, 2x Audio
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Top Customer Reviews
Cools Really Well
Tons Of Innovative Features, Such As The Hard-Drive Section
Is A Really Well Built Case
Plenty Big For A SLI/X-Fire Setup
Hard-Drive Section Is Not Built Well For IDE HDD's
Not Enough Space For Cable Management
Rubber Grommets Still Feel Really Cheap
No Real Modification Options
Aggressive Styling May Not Be For Everyone
No Removable Dust Filters
Go! Gaming Giant
The fans in the bottom section for the hard drive bays do not connect to the fan control and are very loud.
I had originally thought I would like the large case profile but over a year later I have disassembled the front panel because the flashy aesthetics are too bulky and make the case hard to work with. I am currently working on disassembling the top section.
The top USB 2.0/3.0, headphone, and mic ports are very convenient.
Built in fans are sufficient by themselves. You can setup the fans to be manually controlled from a knob on the top of the case, or plugged into the motherboard for CPU control. There is a second knob that also controls the built in white LEDs.
One of the reviewers commented on lack of space for cable management. I couldn't disagree more. The sides of the case easily come off and allow routing through convenient passthroughs. The inside of my case looks very clean and organized. I think you just have to plan out your build.
I guess I missed the part of it being a Gundam inspired design. I haven't watched Gundam since I was a kid so that part was lost on me. The white portion (the Gundam inspired bit) in the picture is a hinged cover that hides extra drive bays. The white cover is removable, which is good since where I have it under my desk was in just the right spot to get caught on my pant leg.
- 13 drive bays
- Space for large graphics cards and water cooling
- Cable management is a cinch
- Hot swappable drive bays
- Top/font panel USB/audio ports
- Aperture holes for water-cooling
- 6 built in fans, with room for more
- Large footprint
- Stock 80mm fans are very loud
- No removable/washable dust filters
- Flimsy "decorative" front door
Beyond that the case has plenty of room. The separate hdd compartment is a great way to keep some of the clutter down. The front door is magnetic and not a snap closure making access to the bottom drives that much easier. I'm not sure if I would recommend this case. It depends on Raidmax's stance with my damages. If they make me take the computer completely apart, ship the case back and wait two or more weeks until a new one comes in I'll be returning it to Amazon for a refund and going elsewhere.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plenty of room for everything except a cooling system. The design provides no room to add on or adjust for a cooling system and is difficult to keep clean on the outer top. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I did not receive on the date that was provided by the "order by". The box had two large cuts in the side and the left panel was smashed inward. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Andrea Courtney
Everyon compliments this case my friend liked it so much he bought himself one to. There are a few kinks to it though it has 3 hard drive fans that are unneeded and create ALOT of... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Brandon
The Good: The case works quite well for my setup, it has plenty of space for my hard drives, fan control, LED lighting control, nice dust protection mostly. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by J. Potter
this case is huge. has plenty of built in cooling and nice HDD drive bays for hot swap. Fans are ultra quiet and I have never had a issue with any of itPublished on September 10, 2013 by rayj8726