Raidmax announces their SIGMA mid-tower chassis

Raidmax announces their SIGMA mid-tower chassis

Raidmax announce their SIGMA mid-tower chassis

Raidmax announces their SIGMA mid-tower chassis

 

Raidmax has announced their new SIGMA mid-tower chassis, with no optical bays and support for up to a 360mm radiator in the front and a 240mm radiator at the top pf the case.

This chassis will also include a full PSU shroud, giving users plenty of space for cable management and a tempered glass side panel for a premium aesthetic.This case will have a polygonal intake/exhaust design on both the top and front of the chassis. 

Connectivity wise this chassis will come with dual USB 3.0 ports and traditional audio in/out ports. 

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At this time Raidmax has not announced the release date of the pricing of this chassis. 

 

You can join the discussion on Raidmax's Sigma mid-tower PC case on the OC3D Forums

 

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16-09-2016, 14:40:25

ImprovizoR
I love how all these new cases are like "screw storage space. You need radiator space everywhere". And then they put that ridiculous PSU shroud to keep your mechanical drives tucked away inside where it's nice and WARM.
Meanwhile Fractal Design is like "Why can't we have both?" And then they let you have both. Without the stupid PSU shroud.Quote

16-09-2016, 17:30:26

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
I love how all these new cases are like "screw storage space. You need radiator space everywhere". And then they put that ridiculous PSU shroud to keep your mechanical drives tucked away inside where it's nice and WARM.
Meanwhile Fractal Design is like "Why can't we have both?" And then they let you have both. Without the stupid PSU shroud.
Cause the PSU shroud makes cable management a little easier, plus it makes the overall build look very neat in my opinion.

I wish that they did an optional PSU shroud for the Define S, which is the case that I have.Quote

16-09-2016, 18:00:24

Kilbane
Quote:
Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
I love how all these new cases are like "screw storage space. You need radiator space everywhere". And then they put that ridiculous PSU shroud to keep your mechanical drives tucked away inside where it's nice and WARM.
Meanwhile Fractal Design is like "Why can't we have both?" And then they let you have both. Without the stupid PSU shroud.
Having Mech drives under the cover with the PSU will not effect them. Short of using seriously fast spinning mech drives (think Raptors, which will produce half the heat in there anyway)), temps make no difference to the actual performance of those drives (Short of sticking them in a furnace obviously).Quote

16-09-2016, 18:40:08

ImprovizoR
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kilbane View Post
Having Mech drives under the cover with the PSU will not effect them. Short of using seriously fast spinning mech drives (think Raptors, which will produce half the heat in there anyway)), temps make no difference to the actual performance of those drives (Short of sticking them in a furnace obviously).
People underestimate the importance of keeping your mechanical drives cool. Optimal temps for HDD's shouldn't be more than 30. I keep mine at 27-30. Only in the summer they might get a few degrees hotter. And I've never had an HDD fail on me, not even once.

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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Cause the PSU shroud makes cable management a little easier, plus it makes the overall build look very neat in my opinion.
Sure, and RGB makes it all shiny and stuff. All this crap is just about making more money without actually innovating and perfecting the design. It's pointless at best and often times it's a negative.Quote

16-09-2016, 19:30:45

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
Sure, and RGB makes it all shiny and stuff. All this crap is just about making more money without actually innovating and perfecting the design. It's pointless at best and often times it's a negative.
That is your point of view and your own personal taste regarding it. It doesn't mean everyone thinks the same as you do. Like me for instance, I don't really care about "innovation" at all, if I seem something I like, I like it. Same goes for RGB, may be unnecessary, but it's a nice feature in my eyes.

So I personally don't see it being pointless at all and even more so negative, so not sure where you're coming from with that.Quote
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