Raidmax Reveals the Gama Mid-Tower PC Chassis

/ 3 weeks ago


Gama Mid-tower Chassis by Raidmax.

Raidmax has just introduced a brand new mid-tower PC chassis aimed at those of you who can appreciate a colorful build. The Gama Mid-Tower chassis comes in vibrant color options such as bright-green and orange. However, there are a few toned-down variants as well, which feature white, grey, and black colorways. No matter the color, each case has a 4 mm-thick tinted tempered-glass panel on its left-side panel. As for the front-top section, it was put together using ABS plastic. While not the most durable, the Gama Mid-Tower chassis is relatively pleasing to the eye.

Layout and cooling.

Aesthetics aside, the interior boasts a horizontally-partitioned layout. The top compartment houses the motherboard tray, while the bottom one accommodates the PSU and some 3.5-inch drive bays. There’s also enough space for two 2.5-inch drives behind the motherboard. As far as cooling goes, there’s enough space for two 140 mm front intakes or three 12omm ones. The same goes for the top exhausts, while the rear section features a single 120mm fan. The connectivity available at the front panel is nothing to write home about really. It includes a pair of USB 3.0 ports as well as some HDA jacks.

No word on pricing just yet, but we’ll keep you posted as we find out more. From what you’ve seen so far, would you use the Raidmax Gama Mid-Tower chassis for your next PC build?


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