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Raidmax Wind Storm Review



Testing System:

Testing the Windstorm consists upon two internal environments – idle, and as fully stressed as can be. The CPU, video card’s GPU, hard drive sensor, and motherboard chipset temperatures are the main temperatures I measured. The case will be left idling under Windows Vista for the lowest possible temperatures, while Prime95, ATITool, and HDTune stress the system afterwards for the scenario of maximum heat output. The CPU fan is set to 100%, and video card fan is left to throttle on it’s own. The competition is the three-fanned Hiper Osiris, and three-fanned NZXT Zero 2, sporting room for seven fans. Also compared are the temperatures achieved with the system sitting out in the open.


Comparison Cases:

  • NZXT Zero 2
  • Hiper Osiris
  • Open Air






The CPU temperatures are both disappointing; with idle being five degrees away from the second highest results. GPU temperatures redeem this case, idle falling into the mean, and load pulling ahead to first place. Hard drive and chipset temperatures both pull farther ahead than the competition. Perhaps the fan placement didn't favor the low profile Intel heat sink. The Wind Storm faired pretty well to the competition.

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (Working Components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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