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Raidmax Scorpio V Review


Raidmax Scorpio V: Closer Look

Raidmax has kept the front simple by using a half door that keeps in line with the design choice within the chassis. The door opens from the right and is held in place by two small magnets that only take a small amount of force to open. Once the front panel is removed, you can see the pre-installed 120mm blue LED fan. There is a second space for another 120mm fan and Raidmax included M3 screws to use. This is something I want in all chassis as it saves time and money having to buy screws after the fact.



In the pictures below, the I/O ports are neatly aligned on both sides with the power and reset buttons in the middle. This layout helps create a clean and functional look with hard angles in every corner. Now looking at the ports, the left side has the fan speed controller (Low or High) and USB 2.0 ports.The right side has the now standard  USB 3.0 ports and audio jacks that all chassis are expected to have in 2014. Pulling off the top panel, underneath you can see three PCB boards for each part. Some wires are zip-tied, but it's mostly a mess. Luckily there is no need to remove the top panel as the dust filter is removable on its own.



Inside the chassis was a bag containing all of the screws, along with a few zip ties. The case also includes a paper manual. Similar to other recent reviews I have given manuals more of a look over. It seems every other review the manual has a lack of information. Once again, not much is different here. It only contains a fold out of a bare minimum amount of information and nothing really important. It does list what screws are included and the "major" features of the chassis, most notably the removable top dust filter.


  1. Raidmax Scorpio V: Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Raidmax Scorpio V: The Case
  3. Raidmax Scorpio V: Working Components
  4. Raidmax Scorpio V: Specifications & Features
  5. Raidmax Scorpio V: Testing: Setup & Results
  6. Raidmax Scorpio V: Conclusion
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