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Raidmax AGUSTA No Power Supply ATX Mid Tower Case (Black/White) ATX-605BW

by Raidmax
3.6 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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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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Product Description

Raidmax AGUSTA ATX-605BW No Power Supply ATX Mid Tower Case (Black/White)

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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 2
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 1
Brand Name Raidmax
Item model number ATX-605BW
Item Weight 22 pounds
Product Dimensions 21.3 x 23.7 x 9.2 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 21.26 x 23.7 x 9.21 inches
Audio-out Ports (#) 1

Additional Information

ASIN B008X1999Q
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,311 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Computer Cases
Shipping Weight 22.9 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available August 10, 2012

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It is simply a case spectacular, large, very spacious, very good cooling, plus the most important is that the discs are separated from the other parts of the system by which the cooling is much better. I really congratulate the designer of this case and build Raidmax by. I recommend it to all players ends. regards
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Raidmax is so close, I'm sure they can taste it. But with every case they release, they inch closer to finally releasing the game changer that they have been craving. It happens for every company. You can produce tons of cases that sell well and are well received, but when you finally release `the case', it all changes. For Antec it was the 1200, for Cooler Master is was the HAF 932 (though some may debate that), for Silverstone it was the TJ07, for NZXT it was the Phantom... What is it going to be for Raidmax? We won't know until they build it, and put it in my hands.

Pros:

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

Cons:

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

Regards,
DJ Dixon
Go! Gaming Giant
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By Donald M. on December 19, 2013
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The first time I ordered this case it came with broken vents and the front fan/case section was broken as well. I was able to get a replacement without much hassle but there were still broken vents but I was able to super glue them into place.

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.
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Wow, this tower is big. At the cost of physical space, you get a lot of internal storage space. With 13 drive bays (counting two slim profile side mounts for SSDs) I don't think I will be able to fill this up any time soon. I haven't needed the feature, but it has a separate lower bay that is easy to access for hot swapping drives. There is also lot of space for large and over sized graphics cards and various aftermarket large heat sinks and water cooling systems.

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.

Pros:
- 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

Cons:
- Large footprint
- Stock 80mm fans are very loud
- No removable/washable dust filters
- Flimsy "decorative" front door
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plenty of space I dj so it had plenty of places for me to add street glow and sound activated lights. Styling is awesome you will have a fight if you are using ide hard drives and the usb 3.0 was a super plus.
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I bought this case because my computer kept overheating. There are just an absurd amount of fans in this case which keeps my temps consistently cool. It also has an adjustment knob so if I'm doing some 3D modeling or heavy gaming I can turn the speed up. Even with all of the fans, the case is actually fairly quiet. I notice my laptop fan more than I notice this. The light is also able to be dimmed or turned off, which is great because the computer is in my bedroom. The separate bay for my hdds is also a really neat feature, the side of the bay folds down, making it easy to swap out drives if necessary.
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I bought this case for my new sabertooth z77 motherboard because I loved the idea of easy hdd access. I get everything almost completely in and then I noticed the grill in the front between the top and bottom section of external slots was sticking out a little. I went to touch it and its loose; the plastic snaps that holds it in place snapped and now it can't be secured. Not a good sign for longevity. I go to check the wiring and the case has fan and led cables that are separated at the middle and joined with power clips. Well my case has 2 led cables and 1 fan that has no power source connector. The manual doesn't mention anything about unused cables or how many there should be, it simply states make sure all connectors are connected... Well that's just not possible. If these are supposed to be unused then they really should mention it somewhere. And the last gripe has to do not with this case but all cases in general. When you get inside the case for the pin headers there is no mention of +/- connections. I know the arrow is meant for + but it would be nice for them to at least say so.

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.
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