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RAIJINTEK OPHION Series OPHION EVO, Aluminum / Steel Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case with 3mm Tempered Glass

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  • New SFF Case for Mini-ITX
  • Compatible with 330mm VGA Card
  • With Riser Cable - RJK PCIe 16x Gen3
  • Type C + USB3.0
  • Supports 4 x 2.5" HDD or 2 x 2.5" HDD + 1 x 3.5" HDD
  • Aluminum Hair-silk Design
  • 3mm Tempered Glass

  • Overview
  • Specifications
  • Warranty & Returns
  • Reviews
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Introduction

Design Art in its best by RAIJINTEK – New SFF chassis of OPHION series. The OPHION series case is designed to fulfil the smallest case built with max. possibility high-end, gaming and standard components, such as Intel i9/i7, AMD AM4/TR4 CPU, and especially powerful full –length VGA card, GTX1080Ti.

OPHION series case supports up to Mini-ITX motherboard, maximum three fans including 2*12025 fan or/and 240mm radiator on top, 1*12025 fan optional at bottom. Not only cooling from fans, it’s air flow go thru sideway as well. OPHION series Superior features includes elegant Alu. hair-silk front panel, 3.5”*1 HDD or 2.5”*4 HDD/SSD, full-length VGA card compatibility, tool-free for the easy installation, ATX / EPS PSU compatibility.

Looking for a best of best SFF case, OPHION is the one for SFF and gaming enthusiasts.

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Cooling

Three 120mm fans option in total.

  • Top - 2 x 12025 fan option
  • Top – 240mm radiator
  • Bottom - 1 x 12025 fan option
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Dust Filter

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VGA Card

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Side Panel

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Left Side

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Right Side

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Capability - 1

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Capability - 2

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Capability - 3

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IO Panel

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
2/ 5
Not for High End 12/12/2019 10:29:08 AM

Pros: - Looks great
- Relatively Inexpensive sandwich style case
- fits most things as advertised

Cons: - Literally the hottest case i've ever used
- couldn't fit a regular size fan underneath the motherboard, you'd need to use a slim fan
- Larger graphics cards might be a very tight squeeze

Overall Review: The case arrived in pretty decent packaging. There were no visual or structural defects when I pulled it out. When installing the motherboard, my case seemed to have slightly misaligned standoffs. I had to leave one screw out to prevent pressure from affecting the board. The case runs INCREDIBLY hot, and thermal throttles very quickly with a 5700XT and a 9600k. Even leaving the side panels off doesn't seem to resolve the issue. Regular gameplay shows frequent BSOD for oeverheating, even after installing a liquid cooler. I would not recommend this for high end, high performance use.

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4/ 5
Great little case 10/1/2019 4:50:56 PM

Pros: -Much more budget friendly compared to similar cases.
-Supports full atx
-supports 240mm radiator and with light modifications can support 280mm up top along with a 120 in the bottom location.
-clever front 2.5 drive locations.

Cons: -the center spline/backbone does seem to flex a bit.
-Would have rather had the front io to be 2 usb a ports.
-my case seems to be slightly different than others i've seen.
-if you want 3 fans, you'll lose support for 3.5" drive.

Overall Review: I bought this case and was planning on doing a hard line water loop with 1 240mm radiator. I then seen another build using a slim 120 fan and radiator in the bottom fan intake. So i to went that route but found out that my power cord and gpu sit lower than whats in the pictures and that builders case. And it prevented me from having the radiator square along with the fan from sitting correctly on the radiator. Cant knock the case for that as that spot was originally only designed for a 120mm fan, which sits in that spot fine. I see the holes to be able to mount the riser higher but unable to as my gpu bracket cant go higher.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Just right... 7/22/2019 7:42:30 AM

Pros: - very compact
- stylish
- decent thermals (i7 - 4790k with Noctua NH-L9x65 @ 79c with CPU at 100% load, non oc; 1070 Asus blower style card @ 80c running under Superposition, 4k benchmark after 20 minutes).
- looks sick with aluminum panels (HAD TO BUY FOR LONDON)

Cons: - very hard to work in...use sfx vice atx psu
- noisy under load (which is expected)
- Newegg doesn't sale metal side panels -
- white power button is too big and bright

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Everything i was hoping for and more. 7/3/2019 3:53:59 PM

Overall Review: I've been wanting to build a powerful ITX PC for a while and had my mind set on another case, but just when I committed to buying the build, it was out of stock. I decided on this case at the last minute and I'm not disappointed I did. Its small, very attractive and feels really high quality. Building in it was easy (imo) and everything has just the right place. A few things about the build though:

a. The motherboard i purchased has an integrated I/O panel and fitting it was really, really snug. Like, had to have a helper press against the Mobo as i tightened the screws in. If the Mobo risers where 1mm further away from the back plate this wouldn't have been a problem. As it is, the Mobo installed fine and isn't under enough stress to damage it or anything. Its just very tight and something to expect when installing it.

b. I think they've updated this case, and i received the newer version. In the photos it shows a solid middle divider plate (that everything mounts to), but in my version there is a removable bridge and an opening almost the size of the motherboard access hole on the "PSU" side of the divider. Removing this bridge allowed for much easier installation of the water lines for my AIO cooler. Even if you look at the stock photos of this case with the AIO cooler you can see the water tubes pressed up against this divider plate. Guess that's not an issue any more. Removing that bridge did make the divider a little more flimsy, but its not bad. Just support the divider when installing the Mobo screws.

c. The PCIe extension cable is mounted to the case on the GPU side by two standoff screws, but they're not in the correct position to allow the installation of the GPU. Its weird. It looks like the riser cable is meant to be both mounted to the case and be installed into the GPU, but it isn't. I just removed the cable mounting stand off screws and let it float on the GPU PCIe slot. Not like its under stress or anything, and the GPU's rear I/O cover holds the card just fine. Maybe they bolt the cable for shipping? no idea, but not a problem. I'd definitely recommend removing the stand off screws before GPU installation as they're long enough to potentially short something on the back of non-backing plate equipped cards.

d. USE AN SFX PSU. Im using the SF600 Corsair Platinum and i couldn't imagine how much more of a rats nest this build would be if using a full size PSU. Also, this Corsair has braided cables, so in my case i used wire combs and it looks awesome and cable management is super easy as SFX PSU cables are usually shorter. Once again, look at the stock photos of this case and see the mess of wires. I do not have that issue.

e. I recommend using a lower intake and upper exhaust fan. Im using a 120mm AIO above the PSU and have two other fans below and above the Mobo for cooling. It works really well, but it means i cant use my 3.5" HDD (look, i'm coming from a really old build here), so it is my recommendation to prioritize cooling over pretty much all else. That should be obvious for ITX builds, but with an AIO cooler, there is no airflow over the board and RAM without that lower fan. Add two fans to that cost of this case (just don't complain about it like GamerNexus did, lol). I haven't benchmarked or stress tested this case with both side glass panels on yet, but max CPU temp hit 82c @ 4.5ghz on all 8 cores (9700 non-k). Take that as you will.

Update. After a few days and messing with fan profiles, i can't get the CPU temps over 63c during stress testing. The higher earlier temp may be from poor fan management and/or TIM not broken in yet. Either way, don't get the wrong impression this case is just a hot-box. Apparently one just has to figure out fan Asus fan management software...

Overall, in my opinion, this case is awesome. I'm not much of a bling guy but i decided to run RGB as well and it looks great. This case is meant to show off your hardware and I wouldn't bother with it if a little focus on aesthetic isn't in your plans, so get some RGB and have fun with it. (phanteks 15in Digital strips have just enough room along the sides of the top on either side of the fans) It's a beautiful case with great build quality and look, and is surprisingly easy to build in with high-ish end hardware. I couldn't ask for much else.

Mind you i only just built this, so i cant comment on long term reliability. I can expect heavy dust due to the open sides, and i'm a little hesitant on the long term durability of the PCIe riser cable, but its a hardy cable and should be ok. Guess we'll find out.

Asus B360-i Gaming ITX Motherboard
Intel i7 9700 (non-k)
16GB G.Skill 2400 ram
Samsung 970 EVO plus 500gb M.2 SSD
Corsair H60 (2018) AIO cooler
Corsair SF600 Platinum PSU
EVGA RTX 2060 sc (forthcoming, Used an MSI 970 for now)
Samsung 860 EVO 2.5" 500g SSD (forthcoming)
Phanteks Digital RGB combo kit
Phanteks Digital RGB 120mm fan frame
Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm fans x2

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Perfect and pretty 6/17/2019 12:55:05 PM

Pros: Was easy to install. Pretty case.

Cons: No cons

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Product Worth The Price 6/12/2019 7:43:39 PM

Pros: - Nice build quality overall
- 3x 120mm case fan positions
- Way cheaper than those custom A4-SFX cases like dancase

Cons: - With the internal power cable connecting the PSU to the case outlet, it is impossible to install a 12015 Noctua intake fan because of steric hindrance
- Better have a shroud to cover the exposed messy power cables (especially for an ATX PSU) above the PSU.

Overall Review: - Please use a SFX PSU with an adapter for better cable management (though there is not that much cable management tbh)

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Underrated ITX case! 6/9/2019 9:23:17 PM

Pros: Researched for ITX cases for a long time, and this case appealed to me. I had some doubts about this Rajintek brand, but actually bought the case along with its cooler. It has surpassed all my expectations. I really liked that this case had tempered glass, which seems to not be available on many of the small type of cases. It does have that quality feel, and an amazing upgrade from a full tower!

-240mm rad support, keeps ryzen CPU cool
-full ATX psu support
-Not as expensive as similar small cases
-Really liked the tempered glass, slightly tinted
-Also liked separate side to display GPU
-USB C !
-Aluminum front panel, brushed
-Actually has slits and slots for cable organization
-Looks really nice!

Cons: -Cable management takes time, and I recommend getting shorter cables that don't take as much space
-front power button feel could be better
-Doesn't fit a 3.5 hard drive (but understandable)

Overall Review: -Must put slim fan at bottom to fit and get acceptable temps in the case
-Glass sits away from case, so system slightly louder and dust can get in
-Just use a crapton of zip ties to organize your cables

GPU: XFX RX 480
Ryzen CPU
32gb g.skill rgb ram
Samsung 970 EVO SSD

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Anonymous
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Raijintek Ophion 6/4/2019 4:24:30 AM

Pros: Looks sharp. Case quality is good.

Cons: GPU power cables will interfere with case fan.

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