RAIDMAX is most well-known for its budget gaming cases. They believe they can provide users with a lot for their money and over time they have proved they can do so. In 2003 RAIDMAX made a big impression with their “Scorpio” case which is said to be the first case design to resemble an Alien eye and at the time it was a major hit and was instantly copied by other companies producing similar based cases. Fast forwarding to the present day there is no denying RAIDMAX cases have a unique gaming based designed which appeals to many users.
Today I will be taking a look at the RAIDMAX Vampire Winterfall which is a monster of a case in its own rights. It features 5 x 5.25″ and 10 x PCI expansion bays which should speak on the size of the case. It has plenty of support and room for water cooling gear and it features an impressive cable management system so users will be able to have a nice clean looking build when all is said and done. It is also compatible with a number of different motherboards for which you can find the list of in the specifications sections and the 7 x HDD bays can accommodate both 2.5″ or 3.5″ drives in them, allow users plenty of options to customize this case and make sure it will work with all of their hardware they have.
Before we get into the specifications let’s have a quick look at the unboxing video I did for the RAIDMAX Vampire Winterfall: