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Plenty of drive space, four 120mm fans, nice looking design.
Easy to install drives, expansion cards; five fans; available in different colors
Plenty of cooling, Large side panel window, Plain, yet flashy design, Toolfree installation options.
Excellent Cooling & Ventilation, Sturdy, Preinstalled Case Fans, Swing out Hard Drive Cage for ease of Installation, Screwless Installation, Excellent Cable Management.
Looks nice, Seems well made overall, Keeps system cool, Fairly easy installation
Cable management is sketchy, airflow throughout the case and accessibility near the processor could be better.
Unpainted innards; somewhat flimsy construction, considering price; no support for liquid cooling
Large video cards might not fit, Can’t remove front bezel easily, Limited room on top of case, Limited wire management options, HDD cage easily comes out
By Top Review Shop on April 27, 2010
Raidmax has long been a common name in computer cases and cooling solutions. While not necessarily known for over-the-top designs or cutting edge technology, their products have always been very competively priced. The chasis we are looking at here...70
By Icrontic on March 18, 2010
Raidmax has been around for years, and provided many enthusiasts with quality cases such as the popular Aura and IceCube. Their newest entrant to their “Elite” line of cases is the Skyline: A mid-tower ATX chassis with plenty of included...-
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on March 08, 2010
It seems to me that not much thought went into the functionality of the Raidmax Skyline. The bulk of the work went into a glossy finish and brushed aluminum front bezel. The cooling is excellent, but you would do well to pull out the fans and use...-
By Computer Shopper on March 01, 2010
The Skyline earns points for tool-free installation features and abundant cooling, but this ATX case needed to be better built for the price....69
By Pureoverclock on February 21, 2010
The overall aesthetics of the RaidMAX Skyline is quite nice from the outside, and when powered up, it looks rather sharp with the windowed side panel. The design isn’t too aggressive or ostentatious, but it’s certainly not conservative...-
By ThinkComputers on February 14, 2010
While the Raidmax Skyline does offer some nice features and looks to the case, it doesn’t seem to have the quality material, mainly the plastic, for a case of this price. Some of the plastic used on the case seems extremely cheap, especially on...80
By High Tech Reviews on January 01, 2010
While this case may not be for everyone, it does serve a purpose. That purpose being to allow people on a very tight budget to obtain an attractive enclosure and a very affordable price. The case will not standup to a great deal of abuse due to the...-
By Overclockers Club on December 31, 2009
The Raidmax Skyline exceeded my expectations with the way it performed. The idle temps were lower than most of the comparison cases, but began to fall apart compared to the other cases once temperatures increased to load conditions. As I stated on...-
By Hi Tech Legion on December 29, 2009
When I first started this review, I was hesitant to move the components of my old P4 system into a new case; there is always something that can go wrong when dealing with electronic components and there is always that nail biting moment just before...-
By BCCHardware on December 03, 2009
We have reviewed quite a few cases over the years here at BCCHardware and many of them have come from NZXT, Thermaltake and Zalman. NZXT generally wins in the value department while Thermaltake cases are always classy and well built. Zalman cases...80