Game Max Kamikaze Mid Tower Chassis Review



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A Closer Look – Exterior


The Kamikaze may be an affordable chassis, but it looks pretty fantastic for any chassis in this price range. It comes with a fairly simple, yet rather stylish design that’s sure to appeal to anyone building a gaming PC. It doesn’t have a fancy tempered glass window, but it does have acrylic. However, at this price, I’m not going to lose any sleep over the material choice here.

Upon the top panel, you’ll find an I/O panel towards the front, with a large magnetic dust filter towards the rear.

I/O Panel

The I/O is pretty basic for connectivity, with a pair of USB 2.0 and a single USB 3.0. There are two more USB ports, but they’re blocked out, likely only on a more expensive model. However, you do get a fan controller on the right, which is always welcome.

The dust filter is a nice addition, even more so at this price range. Up top, you’ll find space for 2 x 120mm or 140mm fans, or compatible radiators up to 280mm.

Stylish Grill

The main attraction for this chassis is the front panel design. I love the symmetrical design and the overall geometry of it. It makes a nice statement, but it’s also not too in your face somehow.

The 360-degree red trim really completes the look also. Furthermore, there are 3 x 120mm LED red fans behind this, which gives massive airflow, but should also look amazing once powered up.

Down the right side, it couldn’t be any more stock if I’m honest. It’s just a blank black panel, with a pair of thumb screws at the rear. Of course, it’ll get the job done just fine.

Around the back of the Kamikaze, things look pretty decent. There’s a single 120mm fan, with a fourth red LED fan pre-installed. Below that, you’ll find four expansion slots, as this is an mATX chassis. Three of them are nasty snap-offs ones, with only the top being a replaceable cover.

Snap Offs?

I’d rather they were all reusable, but it’s just one of those little details on “cheaper” chassis that we live with. Finally, there’s also a mount for a full ATX PSU towards the bottom.

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