Anidees AI5S Case Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Anidees AI5S Review


Owing to it's small size, when we first clapped eyes on the box containing the AI5S from Anidees we were convinced the case inside could only be an M_ATX case at best.  Picking the box up did little to reassure us that we dealing with a decent product, so light was it that we felt it ought to be tied down if the wind picked up.  We further figured that as it was so light, it could hardly have a decent spec and was most liekly one of those bottom of the range cut price jobs we occasionally see.  We were though, very wrong on both accounts, as you'll shortly find out.

Technical Specification

Materials Steel and Plastic 
Dimensions 430x220x470mm (HxWxD)
Motherboard ATX, M-ATX
3.5" 5
2.5" 9 (3 shared with 3.5")
Front I/O 2xUSB3.0, 2xUSB2.0, Fan Controller, 2xAudio
Expansion Slots 8
Air Cooling 

Front:   Up to 3x120mm/2x14mm (2x120mm included)

Roof:    Up to 2x120mm/140mm

Rear:    1x120mm/140mm (1x120mm included)

Water Cooling 

Front:    240/280mm rad

Roof:     240/280mm rad

Rear:     120/140mm rad

Max PSU length 220mm, (350mm with HDD cage removed
Max GPU Length 340mm
Max CPU Cooler Height 175mm 
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Most Recent Comments

03-04-2017, 14:22:00

Why do I see Fractal Design Define C?Quote

03-04-2017, 14:45:40

Originally Posted by Avet View Post
Why do I see Fractal Design Define C?
Because you pretty much do

haha a mate of mine modded his Fractal by cutting it down quite severely. Then we get the Define C and now this funny how things go sometimes !Quote

04-04-2017, 01:34:49

The last picture on page 4 makes me cringe... A loosened screw/bolt?Quote

04-04-2017, 04:52:02

Wish the Fractal C had come with a stock fan controller like this one does...Quote

04-04-2017, 10:38:26

Originally Posted by sheroo View Post
Wish the Fractal C had come with a stock fan controller like this one does...
I don't see the point with fan controlers now. Motherboards have plenty of connectors. You can go 3-way split on everyone of them.Quote

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