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Game Max Sapphire RGB (w/ Mirror-Finish Tempered Glass) Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

Recently we have reviewed a couple of cases from Game Max, and while they both scored very well, they were definitely aimed at users on a budget. Today, we are seeing what Game Max can offer those looking for a more luxurious case, as the Sapphire RGB is definitely luxurious – it features no less than 3 tempered glass side panels, and not ordinary tempered glass either. The Game Max Sapphire’s highlight feature (quite literally) is its use of mirror-finish tempered glass.

Priced at £134.55, the Game Max Sapphire RGB faces stiff competition from the likes of Phanteks and Corsair, as both companies have released well-received tempered glass cases over the last few months. In this review, we go over build quality, practicality and cooling performance before giving our final verdict.


Specification

  • Form Factor: Midi Tower
  • Motherboard Support: ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX
  • PSU Support: Standard ATX
  • PSU Location: Bottom
  • Supported Radiator Size: up to 420mm in the front, up to 360mm in the roof
  • Body Material: 0.7mm
  • Front Bezel Material: Plastic / Tempered Glass
  • Side Panel: Tempered Glass
  • Internal Cable Management Depth: 13mm
  • External Bays: None
  • Internal Bays: 2 x 3.5” Internal, 5 x 2.5” Internal
  • Expansion Slots: 7 x Full Size
  • Cooling Front: Space for 3 x 120mm or 3 x 140mm (3 x 120mm RGB inc.)
  • Cooling Top: Space for 2 x 120mm or 2 x 140mm
  • Cooling Rear: Space for 1 x 120mm or 140mm fan
  • Cooling Side: None
  • Cooling Bottom: Filter vent for PSU
  • Fan Controllers: 1 Fan Controllers, controlling up to 6 fans in total
  • IO Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x HD Audio, 1 x Microphone
  • GPU Max Length: 420mm
  • CPU Cooler Maximum Height: 175mm

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