Raidmax vorterx V4 negro – Caja midi de ordenador
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- Cantidad de compartimentos internos:6
- Factor de forma:Torre
- Propiedades de la caja del sistema:Soporte PSU montado en la base, sistema de colocación de cables
- Sistema de refrigeración:Frontal : 120 mm montaje de ventilador x 2 / LED Š Superior : 120 mm montaje de ventilador x 1 Š Posterior : 120 mm ventilador x 1
- Placas base admitidas:ATX, microATX, Mini-ITX
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Descripción del producto
Dispositivo de alimentación:Sin fuente de alimentación, Cantidad máxima soportada:1, Anchura:20.6 cm, Profundidad:46.3 cm, Altura:43 cm, Compartimentos de expansión:2 (total) / 2 (libre) x accesible a la parte frontal - 5.25"Š 3 (total) / 3 (libre) x interna - 3.5"Š 3 (total) / 3 (libre) x interna - 2.5", Interfaces:1 x USB 2.0 Š 1 x USB 3.0 Š 1 x auriculares - mini-jack Š 1 x micrófono - mini-jack, Ranuras de expansión:7
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Pros: Great look. Has closed loop compatibility for water cooling on back exhaust or top(refer to cons for downside.) Power and reset are spaced AWAY from each other, not beside each other, which helps a lot. Very lightweight case. Decent cable management features. Dual 120mm fan intake on front of case. This case comes with a filter that fits for the PSU on the bottom. It fits a hefty sized video card, and I am going to put an Strix GTX 970 in it. It most definitely can support a Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming card. It seems that SLI and Crossfire are capable in this case, but just barely with room to spare. It supports just a little over 12 inches for video card space, so that is a majority of cards out there.
Cons: It only supports single 120mm radiotor, even though that entire metal piece looks like they are forcing you to buy another case, because they could have easily fit another 120mm or dual 140mm on this case. I/O shield. Oh dear Lord. The I/O shield took me SO LONG to get in this case. I have a standard shield that fit fine in other cases, but this one took me an hour of reshaping it with pliers.
In between feelings: The two audio ports are the same. They both can be used for headphones or a microphone. Or a headset for that matter. Didn't find this to be a problem or a good thing, just kind of cool.
If you are a beginner, this case should be adequate for you if you have had any experience in building. But for first time builders, you might want to go a different route with this. I would rather have you order from the Raidmax site because there are honestly different colors from blue to red to purple. I have ordered a twin pack of Corsair AF120 with white LEDs for this case. I will update with pictures. Also after I get the 970.
Edit: I installed the AF120s and they look great on the front. I had to remove the front dust filter to actually get airflow. Fan controller coming soon.
The front fan mounting holes were not big enough for standard fan screws and had to be drilled out. The expansion slot covers on the back cannot be replaced once removed so plan carefully. The overall structure is a little flimsy but once I had everything installed and put together it doesn't much matter because I don't often move the PC.
4 stars are based on bang for the buck. I would have given 5 if I didn't have to drill out the screw holes. Not everyone has a drill with the right size drill bit handy and could be very frustrating for someone.