Raijintek Metis m-ITX PC Case Review

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Raijintek Metis m-ITX PC Case Review

Introduction

Raijintek was established in 2013 and at the time brought some new CPU coolers to the table. In the short time since then we have seen a few more coolers from them, which we here at Play3r have reviewed and they have also started to manufacture Cases and Chassis. Raijintek has come a good ways in a short time and has proven they are here to stay. Raijintek products definitely have a certain look to them that makes them easily identified and with things like the Triton on the way, it will be quite interesting to see how Raijintek will grow and what else they will come out with in the future.

Today I will be taking a look at one of their chassis by way of the Metis. The Metis is Raijintek’s first Mini-ITX chassis and is capable of accommodating standard ATS power supplies and VGA cards up to 170mm in length. The Metis also features a fully black coated interior inside and an open layout. Though it is a mini-ITX chassis I do look forward to seeing what it can hold and how it will perform as there is not much room for fans.

Before we get started let’s take a quick look at the unboxing video I did for the Metis:

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  • Prash

    i was wondering, i have an EVGA hybrid, with an AIO attatched, could we actually stack a H80i and the hybrid cooler rad to exhaust… just a thought.

    • Gavin Bonshor

      Theoretically it’s possible, but why would you want to? haha

  • Neel

    With the h80i installed is it at all possible to fit a 3.5″ HDD at the bottom?

    • Gavin Bonshor

      I’m afraid not 🙁