Raidmax Delta I
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Raidmax Delta I Review

Sometimes we get so used to looking at the top of the line cases, we forget about the budget class. If we take a look at these budget minded cases with their target audience in mind, we should realize we will miss out on several advanced features we commonly find in the more expensive cases such as fully tool-less installation, a large number of cooling options, and a customizable interior. What we should focus is on is whether the construction is of similar quality, and the key necessary features are included.With the Delta I,Raidmax has done just that. They took a look at what the key features are that are a requirement and built those into a case designed for the budget minded consumer.The Raidmax Delta I is exceptional value for money, offering a perfectly capable mid-tower that is going to appeal to a lot of system builders who don’t want to spend a huge amount of money. Of course, it is cheap for a reason and does come with a few small drawbacks that should be considered before purchase. The panels are quite thin, so if you’re running noisy hardware, it’s possible the case could suffer from vibrations, noise leakage, or even prove easy to dent if you’re likely to kick it, by accident or on purpose.Then we’ve got the lack of pre-installed fans, sure it does help keep cost down, but if you’re putting a graphics card in here, you’ll want at least one extra fan for air intake. If you’re fitting a 120mm AIO in the back, you could easily move the rear 120mm pre-installed fan to the front to save costs. Finally, the rear expansion slots are a snap-off design, not a deal breaker, but something worth keeping in mind when you upgrade your system at a later date.All those issues aside, and they’re fairly minor issues and nothing I wouldn’t have expected at this price range, you do get a lot of great features from this chassis. Firstly and most importantly, it can house a fairly decent system as you’ve seen in our test build today. There’s a reasonable amount of storage bays and there’s reasonable connectivity on the front panel. It looks nice too, with a clean front panel and a huge side panel window that is perfect for showing off your build. Cable routing is very limited, but the space behind the hard drive bays is more than adequate for even first-time system builders to achieve something neat and tidy.


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Raidmax Delta I Technical Specifications
Form Factor
Case colour
Build material
5.25" drive bays
3.5" drive bays
2.5" drive bays
IO Panel
USB 3.0 Slots
USB 2.0 Slots
eSata
In Out Audio
Depth
Width
Height
Case Features
ATX
Black
Not sure
0 drive bays
2 drive bays
2 drive bays
1
0
477 mm
210 mm
475 mm
Expansion slots
Front Fans
Top Fans
Rear Fans
Side Panel Fans
Hard Drive Fans
Bottom Fans
Max GPU Length
Max CPU Cooler size
Screwless Rails
Case Fan dBA
Mobo Form Factors
Measurements + Fans
7
1 [120mm]
390mm
175mm
0.0
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