Riotoro CR1080 Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Riotoro CR 1080 Review  

Introduction

Good things come in small packages, or so they say.  Well, whether they do or don't, they do at least take up less space, and provided they give the same flexibility and performance, what's not to like?  The Riotoro CR1080 is certainly small, measuring just 359x245x394mm (HxWxD), and what's even more surprising is that it can still take full size ATX motherboards, as well as M-ATX and M-ITX boards.  There's also room in there for a few SSDs and HDDs, and we suspect even some watercooling.  We have to say we're a little excited about getting our hands on this case.

Technical Specification

Dimensions359x245x394mm (HxWxD)
Motherboard SupportATX, M-ATX, M-ITX
5.25"1
3.5"1 Convertible between 2.5" and 3.5"
2.5"1
Expansion bays7
Air Cooling

Front: 2x120mm (1 included)

Base: 2x120mm

Rear: 1x80mm

Water Cooling1x120mm, 1x240mm (not confirmed by Riotoro)
Max CPU Cooler Height135mm
Max GPU Length300mm
Max PSU Length175mm
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04-10-2017, 07:28:36

Peace
I don't really know... for that price it still looks pretty cheap to me...
Then a blue fan inside a brown case with a red logo? I'd have gone without an LED fan then or a red one. Of course you can swap it out, but that just adds more cost. Then the downsides you mentioned plus no dust filters and no rubbers at all. I guess this is a pretty loud case under load.

If I was a modder, I'd get it, I guess and that's what I initially thought after seeing the first pictures, but as a simple gamer... nay...Quote

04-10-2017, 10:19:32

dwatterworth
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
I don't really know... for that price it still looks pretty cheap to me...
Then a blue fan inside a brown case with a red logo? I'd have gone without an LED fan then or a red one. Of course you can swap it out, but that just adds more cost. Then the downsides you mentioned plus no dust filters and no rubbers at all. I guess this is a pretty loud case under load.

If I was a modder, I'd get it, I guess and that's what I initially thought after seeing the first pictures, but as a simple gamer... nay...
Even before the case fans or the grommets, that side panel bulge isn't terrible looking when viewed from head-on but from any angle that would accentuate it, I can't imagine it looks well done.Quote
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