Raijintek Styx Aluminium MATX Case Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Raijintek Styx Review

Introduction

Having reviewed the Metis a little while back, and been largely delighted with it, we were more than a little bit chuffed to see the bigger Styx appear at OC3D towers.  Being that bit bigger the Styx can house M-ATX boards as well as the smaller M-ITX units.  It can also accept a decent sized GPU as well as having storage for up to 3 HDDs and numerous SSDs in various configurations.  It's also available in a range of six colours, all hair silk anodised onto sheet Aluminium.  What we have then is the makings of a Prodigy killer.  Let's just hope they haven't overlooked anything too obvious, you know, like decent water cooling capabilities. 

Technical Specification

 Dimensions  210x360x335mm (DxWxH) 
 Materials 1.5mmAluminium panels on 0.5mm SPCC
 Motherboard Support M-ATX, M-ITX
 Colours Black, Silver, Red, Blue, Gold, Green
 Weight 3.8kg
 5.25" 1 9Slim)
 3.5" 3
 2.5" Up to 4 (some shared with HDD)
 Expansion slots 5
 Front I/O USB 3.0 x2 HD Audio
 Cooling

 Rear:  1x120mm (Installed)

 Roof:  2x120mm (1x240mm rad)

 Base:  1x120mm

 Max GPU Length 280mm
 Max CPU Height 180mm

 

Key Features

Aluminium colour hair-silk anodized appearance design 
Internal coated black throughout 
Compatible with ATX POWER SUPPLY 
Compatible with max. 280mm VGA card 
Supports up to max. 180mm height CPU cooler 
2* USB3.0 ports 
Anti-vibration rubber for HDD installation 
Supports 3* 3.5"HDD +2*2.5"HDD/ 1* 3.5"HDD +4*2.5"HDD 
120 mm performance fan pre-installed at rear 
Option to install 240mm radiator on the top/side and 120mm fan at bottom 
Large zone of ventilated holes for airflow on side panel

 

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Most Recent Comments

22-10-2015, 06:26:57

Oseth
I wonder what the green one looks like, what type of green is it?Quote

22-10-2015, 06:34:31

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by Oseth View Post
I wonder what the green one looks like, what type of green is it?
You ask like we have every single colour to hand lolQuote

22-10-2015, 06:35:45

MadShadow
Someone needs to mod a proper, full size acrylic window into that case. That would look epic. Maybe a project for ColdZero...Quote

22-10-2015, 06:48:30

Feronix
I do quite like what Raijintek are doing, although this case is just a bigger version of the Metis, immediately making it look like a Prodigy M ripoff and I hated that case Quote

22-10-2015, 07:04:31

G-Dubs
Quote:
Originally Posted by MadShadow View Post
Someone needs to mod a proper, full size acrylic window into that case. That would look epic. Maybe a project for ColdZero...
If you did, all you'd see was the side of the PSU and a dirty great HDD rack.

Please use multi-quote

Quote:
Originally Posted by Oseth View Post
I wonder what the green one looks like, what type of green is it?
Follow the link in the review to the OCUK.Quote
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