Sigma Atlantis Case Reviewgotdamojo06 -
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Just taking a look at the way the case is setup, you can tell that Sigma was aiming to make both a great looking case, as well as a case that will keep everything as cool as the surrounding air could keep it.
The front door of the case that swings open to the right hand side is held shut by a magnet. Opening this door reveals the four external 5.25" drive bays, as well as two exteral 3.25" drive bays.
Located below the front door, you can see where the 120mm blue LED fan is mounted. To the right hand side of the fan mount is where the power button, reset button, and power lights are located. To the left hand side of the fan mount is where you will find the front I/O panel.
Taking off the front cover allows you to see where all of the wires from the front go and how they make their way back to the interior of the case. This could help you when you are trying to hide some of your wires.
The bottom of the case has four legs that raise the case off of the surface that it's on, allowing you to get a better grip on it for movement. These feet have a rubber bottom to them so that you do not have to worry about scratching your desk, floor, or what ever else you may be placing the case on.
There is nothing special about the top, except for the fact that there are eight grooves to add a little bit of a design to the plain top. Some cases include a top exhaust fan, this one, however, does not.
Now let's take a look at what is located inside of this beautiful case.