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Sigma Atlantis Case Review

gotdamojo06    -   September 17, 2007
Category: Cases
Price: $139.99
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Introduction:

When looking for a new case, you will most likely be focusing on a few key features that will stand out to you. Everyone is looking for a great quality case that is going to cool their entire system. Most people do not stop at just the quality of the case and how well it cools the system, they will be looking for the price vs. performance ratio, what comes with the case (Is there a power supply? How many fans?), and they will also be looking at how large the case is. Some people like large cases while some like smaller cases and for some, all they care about is how well the airflow is going to be. We will be taking a look at one of Sigma's cases named Atlantis, which seems to have a great classy, sleek design to it.

The Sigma company was formed back in 1988 and it has always been striving to be the best when it comes to meeting the customer's needs in terms of style and quality. The Sigma company is built on solid fundamentals and has the vision and capacity to further the computer gaming market. With Sigma's progression into the future, the company will forge ahead computer enthusiasts for the next generation. We will see how well Sigma is at doing this when it comes to the Atlantis.

Closer Look:

When taking a look at the box that the case came in, you can tell that there are three different colors available, blue, silver, and black. Taking a look at the backside of the box, you can see some of the main features that Sigma wanted to point out.

 

 

When I opened up the box, I noticed that there was a a piece of styrofoam keeping the case from moving around during the shipping process. Also, the case was wrapped in a large plastic bag to keep scratches from occurring. Inside of the box, I found the case, a user manual, as well as a box that included a few bags of screws for different places in the case.

 

 




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