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    Default Raidmax Horus case review

    We have the new Raidmax Horus mid-tower case in for review today. Named after Egyption mythology, Horus first appeared as a soaring falcon and has been worshipped in Egypt as representative of the greatest cosmic powers. The Horus PC chassis is packed with all the features you would expect in its class. It has cable management, water-cooling support and tool-less installation options. Raidmax has been reinventing their case lineup with more features than users expect to see, even with some of their budget-friendly cases. The question is, "Will this sleek designed case, named after an Egyptian god, meet your requirements?" Read on to find out more.

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    Nice review Joe..I have there Vampire case comming in two week's.

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    Default Re: Raidmax Horus case review

    Thanks Jim. The Vampire is pretty decent, I did a review on that case back in Sept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKershner View Post
    Thanks Jim. The Vampire is pretty decent, I did a review on that case back in Sept.
    It is for my son Tyler.

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    Pretty cool looking case on the outside and the interior is painted and it still has a nice price. Definitely something for a sci-fi fan/Transformers fan for sure.
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    Default Re: Raidmax Horus case review

    Good review Joe. Definitely of much better quality than their previous generations of cases, heck I'd even consider using this for a build of my own... and I'm King Picky x-)

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    Great review Joe thanks for posting

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    Default Re: Raidmax Horus case review

    Good review Joe. The design of the interior is pretty good, but I'm not sure that the front's looks are for me. $49.00 is a great price considering the features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    Good review Joe. Definitely of much better quality than their previous generations of cases, heck I'd even consider using this for a build of my own... and I'm King Picky x-)
    Yes Mike, I think everybody knows your extremely picky lol

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    Default Re: Raidmax Horus case review

    Good review Joe but just dont like that case.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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