Raijintek AGOS Midi Tower Detailed

/ 4 years ago


It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Raijintek, they’re a fairly new brand to the market and have released a few coolers over the last year or so. They may be new to the market, but what we’ve seen so far has been really impressive, with a range of stylish, affordable coolers that perform superbly, so we’ve been eager to see what they can do for the chassis market. I actually saw the Raijintek AGOS last August at Gamescom, it wasn’t called the AGOS back then and we suggested a name change, looks like they took our advice (you’re welcome Raijintek).

The new chassis isn’t going to set the world on fire at its 50 EUR price point, as it is obviously targeted at the low-to-mid budget market. It does however have a very tidy looking design, lots of air flow. It will support ATX and micro ATX motherboards, measures in at 790H x 200W x 460D mm and has enough room for graphics cards of up to 410mm in length.

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  • Three 5.25″ drive bays
  • Six 3.5 / 2.5″ drive bays
  • Seven PCI slots
  • two USB ports (1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0)
  • 1 x 120mm fan pre-installed


The whole thing doesn’t sound terribly exciting, but it looks look pretty decent and the early prototype we saw at Gamescom was pretty great too. At this price point it’s obvious that Raijintek are playing it safe, but if they progress like their CPU coolers have, then I’m really looking forward to seeing what else they have to offer to this part of the market.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

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