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Raidmax Skyline Windowed Mid-Tower Chassis - Accessories and Documentation

Chad gets a hold of a tidy looking mid-tower from Raidmax, his first opportunity to check the company out and see if they know how to impress.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 9, 2010 7:41 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%Manufacturer: Raidmax

Accessories and Documentation

 

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The user manual is very, very basic. This side of the fold-out covers the motherboard installation and some of the front panel connectors.

 

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The reverse covers the rest of the front panel connections, removal of the front drive covers and the installation of the various drives and expansion cards. There is no mention, however, of the removal of those pesky screws in the I/O shield I mentioned earlier. Without removing the screws I can easily see a user snapping this cover right off the chassis.

 

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Inside the little Raidmax box you can find the included bits of hardware. There are six, yellow, hard drive slides to be used in the swiveling cage. Between them you will find a motherboard speaker, one tie strap, a set of motherboard risers, optical drive screws and motherboard screws. The bottom row consists of a bunch of washers to isolate the motherboard, some self tapping screws, and the power supply mounting screws.

 

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