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Sigma Atlantis Case Review

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Closer Look:

Working Components:

The hard drive cage in this case is very interesting. There is a 120mm fan on one end, and if you remove the two thumb screws on either side, you then can pull a lever out and it unlocks cage, allowing it to be rotated. This feature could make the upgrade or addition of a hard drive easeier after the initial build has been completed. You wouldn't have to take the video card out of the case to be able to slide another drive into the cage this way.





The fans that were included with this case were manufactured by the Sigma company. There are two spots to mount 120mm fans on the side panel (fans are included), however with my Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme, there was not enough room for the second fan, so I had to remove one.



There is another 120mm fan that was included with the case that is located above the rear I/O panel.


One of the most important parts of the case is also one of the simplest parts, the motherboard tray. This particular case's motherboard tray is stationary, meaning that it is not supposed to be removed and able put back into the case.


You can see from the back of the case how the tray is attached to the rest of the case and exactly how much room you actually have to be able to hide wires under it.


Now that we have taken a look at and understand how all of the features of this case work, we should begin to mount the components into the case and see how cool the case can keep them.


  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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