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Edgy and unique looks, Four included 120mm fans, Compatibility with extra long expansion cards, Included fans are of a very tolerable noise level
Four included 120 mm fans, Toolless installation for both hard drives and optical drives, Can fit the largest of video cards, Side window with available 120 mm fan mounting option, Removable HDD bay, Removable dust filter for power supply, Bottom mounted
Second set of 3.5" drive bays will need to be removed for compatibility with most power supplies
Exterior casing may be obscure for some, Limited space for large power supplies, Difficult use of provided cable management cutaway holes
By 3dGameMan on October 05, 2011
Video Review: The Raidmax Aeolus Case is an affordable mid-tower case with lots of great features. Aeolus is the god of the winds, so this case has lots of ventation provided by 4 120mm fans and more optional ones can be installed. Also, video cards...
By Hardware-Pacers on September 18, 2011
The stylish and futuristic look of the Aeolus is second only to the functionality and features this computer case comes bundled with. The cool lighted look will make this chassis a great centerpiece for any desk or computer room. With a huge...
By DreamWare Computers on September 01, 2011
In ancient Greek mythology, Aeolus was the ruler of the winds. When directed by the higher gods, he would release the winds as breezes or gales - or whatever the gods wished. Had the gods had computers, they would have likely summoned Aeolus to keep...
By techPowerUp! on March 30, 2011
Raidmax has upped their game with the Aeolus, many improvements over recent additions are well received. Moving the power supply down to the bottom of the case and including a removable dust filter is a very nice improvement. The four included fans...
By Akihabara News on January 01, 2005
A couple of weeks ago we received this nice piece of blue delight from RaidMax. This baby is called AEOLUS, derived from Greek mythology as the “Ruler of the winds”. In essence a son of Poseidon, yet I wouldn’t recommend pouring water...
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