I haven't had the opportunity until now to actually have a Raidmax product in my hands. I do remember looking deeply some time ago at their cases when I bought my first case outside of an OEM built computer. At that time I passed for some reason or another, but I am here today to give Raidmax a fair unbiased shakedown, as I really have nothing to go on for build quality or feature expectations. What I do know is that most of the time, Raidmax products don't tend to empty your wallet when purchasing their products.
While Raidmax offers coolers and power supplies, I have been given a chassis from the Elite series of their chassis'. This group includes ten various chassis designs and variations within some of those ten designs as well. The chassis we are going to look at today for example is one variation of four in its design. Nothing odd here, I have seen this done by many companies, as personal tastes can vary and manufacturers try to accommodate as many as reasonably possible. Changing LED colors or having a windowed panel version is a very common practice.
There are variations of the Skyline that include a full panel door and have silencing material installed into the chassis and a windowed version. Both the windowed and non windowed versions come in another choice of blue or red LED lights. Today we are about to get up close and personal with the Skyline with blue LEDs, a window and a rather bold, brushed aluminum face plate. Enough of the banter; let's have a look at the specs and get right into the images and description.
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