Raidmax debut Agusta Gaming case

/ 5 years ago

Raidmax has announced a “Gundam themed” chassis with an unique HDD storage design. Designed for ATX and m-ATX motherboards, the Agusta is aimed at gamers seeking an aesthetically striking chassis with tool-less functionality and good airflow.

In front of the five 5.25″ bays with pop-off panels is the Gundam themed armor-shield. Opening like a door, this front shield gives the Agusta a visually striking appearance. It also has the front and top LED illuminated fans. The upper compartment holds all your essential hardware including, the motherboard, power supply, two 2.5″ SSDs, and up to five 5.25″ drives. With the HDDs out of the way, the Agusta can house the longest VGA cards on the market. Future expandability is not a problem with the seven PCI slots, and the Raidmax Agusta even supports water-cooling with three rubber protected holes on the back panel.

Located underneath the main compartment, the HDD bay supports up to six 3.5″ or 2.5″ HDDs. The HDD bay is easily accessible from both sides. With a simple pinch of the access tabs the honeycombed bottom side panel opens. The HDD trays tool-lessly slide out, allowing users to easily screw their HDD or SSD into the tray. Rubber protected holes on the ceiling of the drive bay makes it easy to connect all the wires to the motherboard in the upper compartment. There is support for up to 7 fans in total. The front 120 mm LED illuminated fan is specially designed to blow directly on the VGA card. More fans helping to circulate air through the top compartment including: dual top 120 mm LED illuminated fans and a rear 120 mm fan. In the bottom compartment, which solely houses the HDD bays, one front 80 mm and two rear 80 mm fans.

Out of the box, the Agusta provides pre-routed cable management for all the fans, LEDs, USBs, and audio connections. For your other wires, rubber protected holes let you guide all the cables to the roomy 25 mm space behind the motherboard keeping your system neat and organized. Equipped with the standard USB 3.0, USB 2.0 slots, audio and microphone connections, the Agusta’s I/O panel, located at the top of the chassis, also comes with two control knobs allowing you to adjust fan speed and LED brightness.


  • Gundam aesthetic design
  • Separate storage of six 3.5″/2.5″ HDDs at the bottom
  • Additional internal 2.5″ HDD support
  • Supports ATX/m-ATX motherboards
  • Seven fans: three 80 mm and four 120 mm
  • Pre-routed cable management
  • Easy access I/O panel with fan speed and LED brightness adjustment control
  • MSRP: $119.99
  • Available in the USA & Canada in May

Source: PR