Raidmax Alpha case comes with an integrated rainbow

Raidmax is offering up a new chassis called the Alpha. The case ticks the "2016 gaming PC case" checklist with RGB LED lights and its ability to swallow radiators and other water-cooling components. There's a twist, though—the Alpha comes from the factory with RGB LED strips sitting behind a perforated metal front grill. Neat freaks will also appreciate the case's power supply shroud, ample cable management nooks, and the removeable frontal dust filter.

The Alpha is available only in black, but the included RGB LED strips can light up in any of 20 colors or 22 dynamic lighting modes. Radimax includes an RF remote so that users can set up the blinkenlights without having to touch the case itself. The perforated front panel can accomodate two 140-mm fans, three 120-mm spinners, or a radiator as large as 360 mm. The top section supports the same fan configurations as the front panel, though radiators won't fit. One 120-mm or 140-mm fan can fit in the Alpha's rear panel. The case's exterior dimensions ring in at 17.7" x 8.25" x 18.5" (or 45cm x 21cm x 47cm).

The Alpha's interiors include a power supply shroed and a number of channels and holes for all those pesky cables that might otherwise impede a view of high-end graphics cards through the case's large side window. For storage purposes, the chassis sports a pair of 3.5" internal bays that can be put to work housing 2.5" storage devices. A single 5.25" bay is provided for the old-timers that can't let go of their optical drives. There's no word on pricing, but Raidmax's offerings aren't known for being terribly expensive.

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    • juzz86
    • 3 years ago

    Chassis looks familiar! (SilverStone Redline case I built in recently.)

    • brucethemoose
    • 3 years ago

    I rather like this case. Heck, my Antec 300 is heavy and beaten up, and I might just replace it with this if its cheap.

    • Srsly_Bro
    • 3 years ago

    Old timers “who” can’t. Who is used when referring to a person. The usage of “that” is incorrect.

    Thanks, bro.

      • tay
      • 3 years ago

      Seriously, bro?

        • Srsly_Bro
        • 3 years ago

        Yea, bro.

      • dodozoid
      • 3 years ago

      Here, take all of my grammarnazi upvotes

        • Srsly_Bro
        • 3 years ago

        Thanks, bro. I thought I would have received down-votes, instead.

      • Shobai
      • 3 years ago

      While they’re in the mood, that same paragraph: ‘shroed’ should probably be ‘shroud’.

      • EndlessWaves
      • 3 years ago

      Looks like ‘who’ is more common, but ‘that’ is often used as well. Google returns 86 hits for the ‘who’ version of that phrase, 38 for the ‘that’ version.

      30% usage is easily high enough to be correct.

        • Srsly_Bro
        • 3 years ago

        Popularity doesn’t imply correctness. Well over 30% of people on the US believe in creationism. Would you also say that is correct?

        Many people also say “would of” instead of “would have.” You wouldn’t presume both are correct. Contemporary English teaches ‘who’ is correct when referring to a person.

        #adpopulum

      • ronch
      • 3 years ago

      Yeah I always use ‘who’ to refer to humans but I see ‘that’ being used often. ‘Who’ seems more appropriate.

    • DPete27
    • 3 years ago

    Looks like a poor man’s version of the InWinn 805 Infinity case.

    • Voldenuit
    • 3 years ago

    Does it double as a bug-zapper?

      • Anovoca
      • 3 years ago

      Oooo! Or maybe an artificial fireplace!

        • DragonDaddyBear
        • 3 years ago

        *Optional Note 7 sold separately

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