Greetings to all the review of the white handsome! The culprit of today’s review is the Deepcool MATREXX 55 ADD-RGB WHITE case. This love at first sight – tempered, stylish, tinted glass and a number of RGB stripes with many modes.
The old case was completely up-to-date, without blown out and did not have a side window, so I was looking for the following:
|1.||White body color|
|2.||Bottom arrangement of the power supply with a protective cover|
|3.||Tempered glass window|
|4.||Good air intake from the front|
|6.||Price up to 5000 rub.|
After a long study of all the models on the market, the above case was ordered at internet shop. After 4 days, an impressive size box appeared at home.
The case arrived without external damage. It easily leaves the box thanks to two massive pieces of foam.
Here he is – handsome, snow-white like a snowball! Very pleasant not only externally, but also tactilely – the case is painted with matte powder paint. Wide gills for air intake are a distinctive feature of this case, thanks to this your iron will be adequately cooled. Here we see a window under the power supply, space for two SSD drives, seats for three 120 or 140 mm fans on the front panel.
The block with connectors is located on top of the front panel and includes:
|1.||Large black power button (has a constant blue backlight along the circuit)|
|2.||Black button for switching RGB backlight (the circuit has a red backlight HDD operation)|
|3.||White reset button|
|4.||3.5 mm jack for microphone|
|5.||3.5 mm jack for headphones|
|6.||2 usb 2.0|
|7.||1 usb 3.0|
The upper part of the body is equipped with a dust filter on a magnetic mount and honeycombs for the installation of two 120 or 140 mm fans.
At the back we can install a 120 mm fan for removing hot air (due to the wide mounting holes there is a height adjustment). There is also a frame for hiding the screws that secure the video card or other devices.
The side tempered glass, which was important for me, keeps its place even without fasteners! All this thanks to the rubber seats. The screws for the glass fastener also has a rubber washer.
At the bottom of the case there is a grill for the power supply fan and a dust filter. Unlike the one set above, it is supported by metal elements along the edges, and not on magnets. It is easy to remove for cleaning.
The legs of the case are plastic, with a soft protruding gasket that provides stability and lack of vibration.
A perfectly flat side cover provides access to cable management. Here we see the drive rails and the front panel connection wires. There is a lot of space here, you do not have to have a modular power supply unit to beautifully lay the wires.
Two-piece skids are universal, two hard drives or two SSDs. A couple of turns with a screwdriver and the slide leaves.
The kit includes instructions for connecting GRB backlight, the corresponding connectors and adapters, as well as a set of fixing screws.
Unfortunately, there was no corresponding connector on my motherboard, so I’ll say how to enable control via a button on the case:
- Disconnect all adapters except the wire labeled MAIN, connect it to the two outputs from the front panel, and then plug the cable with the molex connector into the power supply.
- Now you can adjust the backlight, it turns off by a long press on the LED button.
As a result, I am very pleased with the case, it by itself looks great and performs the function of a gaming case by 5 with a plus. And in combat mode, the eyes cannot be torn off. Just TOP 1 for your money.
The review is translated into english, the original review can be found on the source site.