As a gaming rig, the Maxraid Ninja is certainly visually impressive and aesthetically pleasing - two very important factors! It impressed us in the way it integrated design and airflow - the mesh vents on the front/side look great, but service a valuable purpose also.
The interior is well laid-out with room to move, and the screwless design has been implemented well. For a truly beastly gaming system it's perhaps a little restrictive as there's nowhere to move beyond the three in-built case fans. If these fans can cope with your setup well and good, if not there's no scope to improve the situation without some hefty case-modding. And there's not much room to accommodate that either.
Plenty of internal bays
Good use of cross-airflow and case fans
Potential space issues from optical drives
Hard drive connectors further away than normal
No capacity to expand cooling facilities without modding
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Rating - 8 out of 10
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