CCL Elite Raven II Gaming PC Review

Up Close - Internal

CCL Elite Raven II Gaming PC

 

Up Close - Internal

One of the problems we normally encounter with low end cases is awful cable management and poor air flow. I'm happy to say CCL have chosen wisely with their case for the Raven II as the Core 1000 has adequate air flow for the components inside.

CCL Elite Raven II Gaming PC  

 

Although their isn't much in the way of behind the motherboard cable management, CCL have carefully routed the cables in place to avoid obstructing air flow from the front of the case.

The system in its entirety looks very clean and even the hard drive cables have been well hidden.

CCL Elite Raven II Gaming PC  

 

Even the little things such as the front panel connections are hidden and carefully routed. The attention to detail is impressive.

CCL Elite Raven II Gaming PC  

 

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05-02-2013, 05:23:40

tinytomlogan
We've recently had the pleasure of taking a look at one of the best value systems from CCL - The Elite Raven II, a gaming PC that aims to pack a serious punch whilst offering gamers the best experience, without breaking the bank.


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05-02-2013, 05:44:45

seumasbeathan
That is an exceptional price, before looking at the price I was totting up the prices of all the components and then obviously adding in a bit for CCL and I was thinking this would be coming in at 600-650 tbh

Good job CCL

05-02-2013, 05:58:40

BigIan88
Amazing bit of kit for the price - I had alot of fun with it!

05-02-2013, 05:58:44

UkGouki
for 500 cant go wrong this is an epic gaming bundle for that price

05-02-2013, 23:40:07

Mgutierrez33
Honestly I am glad that something like this got a review. Not everyone on these boards can afford the kind of stuff that typically goes up in the project builds section or even stacks up to most of the showcased builds, and to see something this simple, affordable, and decently powerful might just give the BROKE broke bunch hope. Plus this platform is pretty decently upgradeable: the form factor allows you to swap in something like a Maximus V Gene, move to a 7870 Tahiti LE card, a 3570K, and add a bit of decently clocked RAM, all at reasonable cost and all over time (PSU as well, of course). Anyone actually used this case in a build before? I have actually spec-d out a basic multi-monitor web-surfing home computer for someone based on this chassis and was wondering how this thing was to work with.
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