Hardware & Documentation
We do like that Raidmax has simplified the installation process by clearly marking what all the hardware is for, and how many bits should be in the bags. There are twelve screws for hard drives, and five screws for the PSU. The Sigma comes with nine screws for the motherboard, twenty screws for the 2.5" drives, and they also send along a socket for the standoffs, should you not be using an ATX motherboard.
Since there is a full glass side panel, Raidmax wants to help with the wiring as much as possible. This is why they have sent ten zip-ties, to make certain that only what has to be, will be seen through the glass.
The user manual gets right down to business since the parts list is not needed. A pair of exploded diagrams point out everything you need to know about the Sigma, and on the next page, and the following pages, there are many more images of how to install components. There is limited text involved, but the images are good enough to assist even the beginning assembler.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Raidmax Sigma ATX Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the Sigma]
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