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August 12, 2012

Raidmax Agusta Case Review

Designed by Earth Federation Forces

Most computer cases these days follow a fairly standard formula. They are often rectangular in shape with the interior housing the the power supply mount at the bottom, the motherboard tray in the center, and the tower of drive bays to the right side. Some cases deviates from this style a little, but they’re often subtle changes in appearance.

Since there’s little deviation from this tried and true layout, when Raidmax announced the Agusta a couple months back, I was really interested in seeing what they had to offer. Unlike many cases on the market, the Agusta has two unorthodox design features that make it quite [...]

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July 14, 2012

Raidmax Announces the Gundam Themed Augusta Gaming Case

Fans of Gundam? Well you’ll like this one. Raidmax recently announced the release of the new Agusta gaming computer case which features styling from the popular Gundam Wing anime series.

Taking a look at the specifications, it looks like Raidmax is doing justice to the Agusta as well. Standing at 23.90 inches tall, the gaming oriented case will offer support for up to five 5.25″ drive bays, six 3.5″ / 2.5″ hard drives or SSDs, seven expansion slots, front USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, and plenty of cooling as well. The case will also feature a tool-less design, fan controllers, LED lighting, as well as the aggressive [...]

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August 19, 2017

Best Budget Gaming Build [January 2012]

Well, a lot of you have been clamoring over a budget gaming PC with an AMD chip in it, so I decided to finally build one for you guys and I thought it actually came out REALLY well.

Budget: $600 $700

CPU – AMD Phenom II X4 960T

Since this one’s going to be an AMD build, the first step is to choose the perfect processor and so we have the AMD Phenom II X4 960T. This processor is an excellent value considering it’s a quad core processor coming in at only $114.99 on Amazon and it’s a Black Edition processor which means it includes unlocked multipliers for easy overclocking as well.

Motherboard – ASRock 970 [...]

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