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Raidmax Alpha Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jun 1, 2017 4:20 pm
TweakTown Rating: 81%Manufacturer: Raidmax

Packaging

 

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At the top of this shiny black and blue box, we find the Raidmax name and logo along with their site address. There is an extremely close up shot of the mesh insert in the front bezel, and we see the Alpha name in the bottom-left corner. Also, keep in mind this coloration in the bezel is just for the packaging, the chassis will not display in this manner.

 

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The side of the box is shiny and black, and below the company name, we find both versions of the Alpha shown. Separated by lime green bars, we are given the most basic of specifications in the chart between them.

 

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The back of the box is colorful and shows a few things worth noting. Again, both the white and black models are shown, but at the bottom, we see mentions of the magnetic dust filter on the top of the Alpha, a mention of the PSU cover, restrictions, where to install water cooling, and that the front of the case has RGB LED lighting.

 

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The last panel on the exterior is the same as what we saw on the other smaller panel. At the bottom, we do notice a sticker warning against cancer or reproductive hard, and another getting more specific to the fact that California has listed some of the chemicals used as cancer causing. Our advice. Don't lick or eat the chassis.

 

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To protect the Alpha on its journey, both the inside and outside of the left side panel window has plastic sticking to it, keeping it from being scratched. To protect the paint and ABS plastic parts on the outside from being scratched, the entire chassis is wrapped in a plastic bag. To take on the hits and tumbles of the trip, Raidmax opts for thin Styrofoam used at the top and bottom of the chassis. It has worked as intended though, as our Alpha was delivered in great condition.

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