The Rakk Sipuac Gaming PC case is a beautiful gaming case with a transparent acrylic side panel and a lot of room for expanded PC components. It’s a few inches larger than the Zayin and it doesn’t have the closed PSU and HDD compartments at the bottom. It is a full size gaming case that can support a full size Extended ATX motherboard and a big video card. It has 3x 3.5in & 2x 2.5in HDD bays, plus 1 ODD bay. It also supports water cooling components.
Cable management using this case is pretty good because there’s just so much space to route component cables in. While its front panel has 2 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, 1 headphone output and 1 mic inputs.
Even though i’m not much of a giant cpu tower fan, I think i kinda like the “power” that this thing projects. Not that it projects any real “power”, but what I meant is, because of that sleek design with all your lights and components showing up from the transparent acrylic side panel, it gives your computer set up a badass look.
The only hiccup that got to me was the front panel pin connector for the power and reset switch, which was labeled wrong. The power was labeled “reset” and vice versa. But aside from that, it was okay.
I got this from EasyPC (I LOVE EasyPC, I swear) for P1,395. For some reason, the black versions of the Rakk Gaming Cases costs less, and they always get out of stock easily. These products prom EasyPC are really popular.
I’m really impressed on how these budget oriented Gaming Cases are holding up. They have good build and they look great. For the budget PC Gamer, I highly recommend getting from Rakk Gear.
My current PC setup: Intel Core i5-3470, MSI GTX 1050 2GT 2GB (dual fan oc version), 4x4GB 16GB Kingston Hyper X DDR3 RAM, Asus P8Z77-M, Thermaltake TR2-500, Deepcool Gammaxx 400 Heat sink w/ Noctua NF-P12, 3x Deepcool XSTYLE 120mm fans w/ red LED.