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Raidmax Scorpio V Mid-Tower Case Review

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Hardware Installation

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Installing our test system went through without a hiccup. There is plenty of room for larger graphics cards, as the Scorpio V can support up to 330mm long cards. The tool-less hard drive bays are quite different from what we were expecting, as you have to push the middle of the sled inward and pull outward on the outside corners. As you can see even though the Scorpio V is just a mid tower case, there was still plenty of room for all of our hardware to be installed.

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Once the side panel is back on you can still clearly see virtually all of the hardware inside the machine. Thankfully the Scorpio V allows for some pretty clean cable management, so there’s no messy wires hanging all over the place.

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