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GameMax Kallis Case – best £60 case of 2017?

Rating: 8.0.

At Kitguru we’ve taken a look at quite a few budget PC cases from Gamemax recently. The Gamemax Kallis provides features such as a PSU shroud, RGB lighting, and a windowed side panel at a RRP of £56.99. Is the Kallis as good as it sounds and is it a viable option for the budget gamer? 

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Specifications:

Case:

  • Motherboard Support: Standard E-ATX. ATX, Micro ATX,
  • PSU Support: Standard ATX
  • PSU Location: Bottom
  • Supported Radiator Size: 240mm
  • Supported Radiator Positions: Front
  • Body Material: 0.8mm SPCC
  • Front Bezel Material:  Plastic
  • Side Panel: Window
  • Internal Cable Management Depth: 34mm
  • Internal Bays:  3 x 3.5″ Internal, 4 x 2.5″ Internal
  • Drive Bay: 2 x 5.25″ bays
  • PCIe Expansion Slots: 7 x Full Size
  • Cooling Front:  Space For 2 x 120mm RGB LED Fans (Inc.)
  • Cooling Rear: Space For 1 x 120mm Fan (Inc.)
  • GPU Max Length: 430mm
  • CPU Cooler Maximum Height: 165mm

I/O Ports:

  • 2 x USB 3.0
  • 1 x HD Audio
  • 1 x Microphone

Dimensions:

  • Width: 205mm
  • Height: 486mm
  • Depth: 503mm
  • Weight: 7.9kg

Box contents:

  • Case
  • Screw Pack
  • Accessories Box
  • User Manual
  • VGA Card Bracket

Pros:

  • Performs well
  • Good aesthetics & RGB lighting
  • Value for money

Cons: 

  • Fan controller requires FDD connection
  • 2.5″ SSD mounts don’t work as expected
  • GPU bracket won’t work with all GPUs

The Gamemax Kallis can be purchased from Ebuyer for £62 HERE

Kitguru says: The Gamemax Kallis isn’t perfect but it performs well, looks decent and is good to build in. It’s definitely worth considering if you want to build a PC on a budget.  

Rating: 8.0.

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