The front panel of the box which contains the chassis has us looking at the bottom half of the front bezel, where we can also see the Raidmax light show that is presented on the top of your desk. The bottom left corner is where Raidmax put their name and logo, and the Sigma name and Greek symbol are a bit larger and presented just right of center.
On the side panel, we find the name and logo at the top, with a pair of cases shown below it. Both model numbers are present under their respective case images, and there is a brief set of specifications found at the bottom.
The back of the box shows both cases again, while their naming is found off to the right of them. At the bottom, five images are pointing out things like the PSU cover, the use of aluminum, liquid cooling support, long video card support, cable management, tempered glass side panel, and the LED light projection.
The second side panel is nearly identical to the one on the opposite side of the box. We do not see a sticker with the model number under the black chassis image, and at the bottom, the UPC code has been removed for iconography.
The tempered glass side panel does come with a layer of plastic covering the outside of it, while a plastic bag surrounds the whole case. With those bits working together to protect the chassis from minor scratches, it is up to the short and thin Styrofoam end caps to protect the Sigma from the major tumbles and drops along the route to your door. Considering the box looks as rough as it does, we are pleased to see that the inner packaging has held up well, enough, in fact, to leave our Sigma unblemished.
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- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Raidmax Sigma ATX Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the Sigma]
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