Raijintek Agos Review

Introduction

Raijintek Agos Review

Introduction

If there's an area of the PC case market that's more cut throat than the others, it is without doubt the budget case sector.  It’s here that the assembled hordes of massed PC cases vie for your attention, with only a few standing out above the crowd to the illuminated as a case worthy of expending their hard earned dosh on.  Get it right and you can get quite a lot for £40.  Get it wrong and you can end up with a proper Lemon.  Looks of course as important here as in any area, but so too is functionality and quality.  It's into this Melee that Raijintek pitch the Agos.  Available in both Black and white and touting more HDD bays than you can shake a stick at, as well as a trio of 5.25 bays it does at least seem that there's a lot of potential to be had here.  For the full skinny, best we take a gander at the Technical Specification

 

Technical Specification

 Dimensions 200x460x490mm (WxHxD) 
 Weight 5.9kg
 Material SPCC 0.55mm and Plastic
 Colour White or Black
 Motherboard Support ATX, M-ATX
 3.5" 6
 2.5" 6 (shared with 3.5"
 5.25" 3
 Expansion Slots 7
 Front I/O 1xUSB3.0 1xUSB2.0 HD Audio
 PSU ATX PS/2 not included
 Cooling

 Front: 2x120mm, 1 included

 Rear:  1x120mm included

 Roof:  2x120mm or 2x140mm

 Base:  1x120mm

 Side Panel:  2x120mm or 2x140mm

 

 

Key Features

  • Elegant and classic design with efficient and massive airflow

  • Removable 3.5"HDD cage, provides enthusiasts more convenient installation and opportunities

  • Special Automotive Intake Air Design for Superior Airflow

  • Enlarged front mesh

  • USB 3.0 super speed port (internal)

  • Whole black coated and white coated interior

  • Dust-Control filters for all mesh area

  • Accommodate an internal 240 mm radiator at the top

  • Rear tubing holes for water cooling

  • Supports 160mm height cooler, RAIJINTEK all coolers except NEMESIS

  • Supports up to six fans(two 140mm and four 120mm) and six HDD(3.5" or 2.5")

  • Tool-free system for ODDs and HDDs

  • Supports VGA card up 410mm(remove HDD cage) and CPU cooler up to 165mm

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Most Recent Comments

30-09-2014, 09:46:56

Wraith
Sweet I have been waiting to see your review of this billy bargain case, I'm actually really impressed for just £40, but if Raijintek had put just a little more effort in, like 38mm more height in the roof and 5mm more cable space at the rear this would have been a real competitor even if they bumped the price to the £50 margin. That said it's got some modding potential for those who want to mod on a budget.Quote

30-09-2014, 09:49:10

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
Sweet I have been waiting to see your review of this billy bargain case, I'm actually really impressed for just £40, but if Raijintek had put just a little more effort in, like 38mm more height in the roof and 5mm more cable space at the rear this would have been a real competitor even if they bumped the price to the £50 margin. That said it's got some modding potential for those who want to mod on a budget.
Gary did the review fella.Quote

30-09-2014, 09:58:43

Wraith
He's done a quality job too.Quote
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