Though you may have only heard of this company in the recent past, Raidmax has been around for some time. They specialized in making OEM cases and power supplies but have recently begun delving into the retail market with one of the primary aims being the enthusiast crowd. Being as their background is OEM products, they are even able to bring their retail line to market at a cost that is often less expensive than other brand names.
That said, we are introducing you today to the Cobra enclosure. With the recent skyrocket in interest for special and customized cases, Raidmax feels they have what it takes to bring you something that is appealing to the eye. Of course, our goal today will be to see if it can be more than just another pretty design.
So relax a bit as we take a deeper look at this Cobra enclosure. We'll take a peek at the features it packs, the cooling it offers and the price you'll have to pay to get it out the door.
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