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Raidmax - Vortex ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.0 Average / 6 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Raidmax

Model

Vortex

Part #

ATX-403WB

Color

Black

Type

ATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply

No

External 5.25" Bays

2

Internal 2.5" Bays

3

Internal 3.5" Bays

3

Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports

Yes

Maximum Video Card Length

300 mm / 11.811 " With Drive Cages
390 mm / 15.354 " Without Drive Cages

Dimensions

457 mm x 203 mm x 457 mm

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Reviews

SpecificAlduin 16 points 44 months ago
from completed build Budget Gaming PC (First Build)

Nice case, front sound wire came undone, MOBO standoffs off by a few mm.

USNS_Epcen 9 points 34 months ago

Wire management sucks not a lot of room to move but it works

Pequetrad 18 points 27 months ago
from completed build Purple Haze

Powerful-looking case good for a first-time build.

Pros:

-Had this over 10 months and no scratches or dents, it's sturdy--metal on the sides and plastic on the front. -The angled pattern front is pretty cool, it's a powerful looking case to house your powerful rig. -A large amount of space to hide cables behind the back panel. -The sides are a nice matte aluminum. -The case is very quiet, it's so quiet that it'shard to tell when your computer. On that note, the green LED that indicates when your computer is on is pretty hidden and non visible unless it's on your desk at eye level. -Has a lot of space for extra fans, 2 120mm intake ones in the front, and another 120mm inside on top.

Cons: -My biggest issue with this case is the fact that the plastic side panel is tinted. Why the hell would you make a see-through side panel to see your kick-az build if you're going to tint it and diminish the visibility of your rig?? That's the reason I'm taking off an star.

-I noticed when installing extra fans that you have to install the front one with very thin zip ties, there's no where to screw them in. The fan for the top you can screw in though.

Other Thoughts: I used this case for my first build, and am really happy with it over all. Bought it for $5 during a shell-shocker deal sale but messed up the rebate and ended up paying $30 for it. Still don't regret it. It's a pretty big case so just be aware that it will take up a large amount of space on your desk. I do wish the side panel wasn't tinted, but that's my only complaint.

skrat31 3 points 18 months ago
from completed build Little Engine That could

Case is a little flimsy, but not bad for the money. Looks cool with red led fans and has plenty of space to work in. Not a bad case.

woahwoahwilly 5 points 2 months ago
from completed build My First Gaming PC Build

Not the exact case, but VERY close to it.

Nice cable management, actually, and for once no bulky power switch/USB port cables. You can even remove the top USB port cables if you want, which made this one VERY good for cable management. I'm kind of a neat freak, especially now that my PC has 3 fewer fans, so it's good to have this sort of thing.

solukerative 5 points 2 months ago
from completed build Oracle, budget game station

pretty cheaply built, dark plastic window, thin sides that bend and dent relatively easily. cable management was my least favorite part. it isn't a bad case. looks pretty cool. good cooling options, 120mm radiator option on the rear, would be nice if it could be on the front. i liked the usb 3.0 and the dedicated restart button on the front panel