RAIDMAX Skyline Case
|RAIDMAX Skyline Case|
|Features, Specs and Closer Look|
|Installation and Final Thoughts|
We have reviewed quite a few cases over the years here at BCCHardware and many of them have come from NZXT, Thermaltake and Zalman. NZXT generally wins in the value department while Thermaltake cases are always classy and well built. Zalman cases tend to be much more expensive and very professional. Today we have a case from RAIDMAX that is part of their "Elite" series and it brags a nice list of features and performance for a decent price tag. While the NZXT Gamma only came with one fan for $50, the RAIDMAX Skyline comes with a total of five fans for $80. If you like airflow right out of the box, the Skyline wins, but a case is more than what blows and sucks. Let's take a look and see what RAIDMAX has to offer.
First Look & Accessories:
The Skyline comes is a nice retail box that shows off the design and a few features of the case. It is quite a large box and the contents are well protected with foam and nice clear plastic film on the window and front to protect it from scratches. Inside the box, is the case and a few accessories in the bundle.
accessories are nothing all that special, but RAIDMAX provides you with three sets of HDD drive rails for tool-less drive installation. Also included are the typcial stand-offs,
motherboard screws and a quick install guide.