Raijintek Aeneas Micro-ATX Cube-Style Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
The final build looks stunning and from this angle, you would be fooled into thinking that there was only a GPU inside the chassis, as everything else is hidden out of sight! If it looks like the GPU is really far forward, it’s because there’s not one, but two massive Sapphire R9 270X’s installed in Crossfire!
Our ADATA SSD tucked into the bottom storage tray.
Even with the top drive bays installed, there was more than enough room for all four GPU power cables (two per card).
Even at 308mm long, the Sapphire R9 270X’s fit with ease.
Around the back, we can better see that there’s a lot of hardware crammed into this chassis. You can see the other graphics card and that there’s a good amount of free space around the motherboard, giving us good airflow from the front fans, right through to the rear fans.
There’s a lot of space for extra cables. It looks a little scruffy, but you could always get a few cable ties if you needed it to be neater, although it wouldn’t provide any benefit to the system.
There’s a lot of space here, so there should be no issues with top or rear mounted radiators, perfect for those planning on installing custom loop water cooling.
Finally, all panels back in place and the build looks absolutely incredible. The lightly tinted window is enough to hide small details such as extra cables, but clear enough to show off our lovely graphics cards. If you’re tired of only seeing the back of your card, you’ll love having a horizontal motherboard that shows off the often gorgeous cooler design on your graphics cards.