Game Max Kamikaze Mid Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 11 months ago
A Closer Look – Interior
On the interior, there’s quite a lot going on, in a good way that is! There’s a large cut-out behind the motherboard for mounting a CPU cooler, cable routing holes with grommets, and even a PSU shroud in here. Overall, it’s looking pretty fantastic, and even more so for an affordable chassis.
The PSU shroud is hand-fitted to the chassis, so there’s no removing it. However, it comes with plenty of ventilation towards the front, cable routing holes towards the rear, and a pair of removable 2.5″ mounting trays. These trays are fantastic for displaying your SSDs, and a side cut-out will show off your PSU also.
Towards the front, another cut-away allows room for the front fans. However, it’ll also help accommodate a slim full-height radiator in the front too.
Four Pre-installed Fans!
There are 3 x 120mm fans pre-installed here, so airflow clearly isn’t going to be an issue. Of course, you can put your own fans in, or a radiator here, the choice is yours on that one.
With a fourth fan in the back, you’ll get plenty of cooling power here. All four fans are of a matching design too, where many cheaper chassis use a more basic fan in the rear, if they come with fans at all.
Up top, there’s good clearance for a slim radiator and fans, as well as cable routing for motherboard and fan cables.
Excellent Cable Routing
I’m surprised here also, as there’s a really good amount of cable routing space. Not only that, but you can hide excess cables under the PSU shroud, and tidy them up with the cable tie loops on the reverse of the motherboard tray.
Not satisfied with just two SSD mounts in the front? There are two more mounts right here for you also.
Meanwhile, you can hide two 3.5″ drives below the shroud. You can remove this bay completely also, giving you more room for your PSU and cables should you desire it.