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RAIJINTEK METIS PLUS GOLD, a Alu. M-ITX Case, is with one 12025 LED fan at rear, USB 3.0* 2, Ventilate holes at top, Compatible with Standard ATX PSU, 170mm VGA Card length, 160mm CPU Cooler height.

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  • Aluminum Mini-ITX Tower
  • 12025 O-type LED performing fan at rear
  • 2×USB3.0 ports
  • Supports to install 4×2.5"HDD+1×3.5"HDD
  • Compatible with 170mm VGA card
  • Supports to max. 160mm height CPU cooler
  • ATX PSU

  • Overview
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  • Warranty & Returns
  • Reviews



METIS PLUS-RAIJINTEK's new aluminum MINI-ITX case; Upgraded version of METIS, pure innovation meets classic black design. METIS PLUS is compatible with regular/ standard ATX Power supply, 170mm VGA card, 160mm height CPU cooler as well as one 12025 O-type LED fan pre-installed at rear and one 120mm fan (option) on the top. Aluminum color hair-silk anodized appearance. METIS PLUS satisfies not only your request of looking for elegant taste, but simultaneously satisfies the joy of installing a performing case.

- Aluminum color hair-silk anodized appearance design
- Entire Coating black internally design
- Compatible with ATX POWER SUPPLY
- Compatible with 170mm VGA card
- Supports to max. 160mm height CPU cooler
- 2×USB3.0 ports
- Anti-vibration rubber for HDD installation
- Supports to install 4×2.5"HDD + 1×3.5"HDD or 2×2.5"HDD + 2×3.5"HDD
- 12025 O-type LED performing fan pre-installed at rear
- Option to install 1×120 mm fan on the top (with mesh filter)
- Large zone of Ventilate holes for airflow at side panel


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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
Anonymous
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Good, Cheap ITX Case 2/17/2020 2:29:11 PM

Pros: If you know what's going into this case it can fit a lot of power.

Cons: Small, but flexible

Overall Review: Like most ITX cases under 20L you have to know what you're buying, but the price can't be beat.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
1/ 5
Cable TOO Short 2/12/2020 10:42:39 PM

Cons: Cables are to short ,usb3 , audio , power ect, buy 2 inches have manufactures contact me with upgraded model or refund , i was very dissapointed the day of build,on a gigabyte F2A88XN-WIFI
,poor equality control
thanks df

Overall Review: Newegg needes to up there quality control
form venders

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
3/ 5
Good Case, Misleading Pictures 2/6/2020 12:02:53 PM

Pros: The build potential was what I wanted.
Good Size.

Cons: The case I received was a powder blue.

Overall Review: If you want a small case in a light blue color, this is for you. If you wanted a rich blue case don't bother.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Attractive compact SFF case 2/5/2020 5:06:37 PM

Pros: Looks nice with anodized aluminum panels attached with screws to steel frame. All screws go into steel so little chance of stripping threads. Interesting PSU layout, facing down, in front of motherboard. Standard motherboard orientation and no need for riser cable if you are using a graphics card. Fits tower CPU cooler. Very little wasted space. Fits full size PSU but I recommend SFX PSU since full size cables will be too long and have to be stuffed in somewhere.

Cons: Weird number of holes in bottom to mount HDD which I don't even use. No reset button.

Overall Review: I'm being careful not to scratch or get fingerprints on the plexiglass window. Depending on what you put in the case, you may have to remove almost every panel for access.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Nice looking small form case with an unconventional layout. 1/22/2020 2:39:55 PM

Pros: Well made case with an unconventional way to fit lots of things in a small space. It's good looking with an unobtrusive look. Superb for use as an HTPC or desktop use where there isn't a lot of room. Looks great on a "left handed" placement due to the layout.

Cons: The space saving layout requires a LOT of pre planning and thought as to equipment choice, motherboard layout, size of components (particularly the PSU and it's cables), and cooling. There isn't much room for cable management and air flow is terrible in it's stock configuration. Noisy.

Overall Review: I originally bought this case for use as a small footprint file server in a location that wouldn't get much air flow. The case was perfect for it considering my storage need, but unfortunately for me the selection of parts was not a happily ever after. I really didn't have much use for the case afterwards, so I started considering utilizing it for an over the top gaming/HTPC rig.
Before I get into that aspect, I will mention that my original configuration included an Athlon from the AM4 series. The rear fan being output, and the PSU outputting out the bottom of the case presented no issue at that point. This is the stock fan configuration, with an optional fan port on the top of the case. As seen in the details there is a small amount of porting/vents in the back side panel. The low power Athlon presented no issues, as would be expected.
I had recently upgraded a system and had a 1200 and 1700 available. I ultimately opted to use the 1700 inside this case, on the stock fan at stock clocks along with a full size GTX1080. I had to remove the front panel USB in order to have the room for the GPU. Also had to remove one of the optional 2.5" drive mounts for room. It is absolutely shoe horned inside the case.
After install I still had the case fan turned to exhaust, as well as (of course) the PSU outputting. Temps inside the case quickly rose to unacceptable levels. Fan levels made it sound like a drone flying nearby.
I ordered an additional Noctua fan for the top of the case, turned the rear case fan to intake, and have the system basically exhausting through the PSU. After doing so CPU temps have come fully back in line. The GPU hovers at high temps in gaming and the fans on it alone are notable. The whole case is quite audible during loaded usage. Use while watching movies and such isn't distracting.

With all this said, the build is super well thought out and put together. It uses a great deal of Phillips head screws to attach the various panels. Putting the rig together requires a bit of forethought both in regard to what will fit, but the order in which it will go, while putting the case back together around it, and what to do with the cables afterward. This is not a case I would recommend for first time or inexperienced builders. I also couldn't suggest it for folks that like to tinker with their rig. It is a lengthy process just to get all the panels off and inside.
It's got a super small footprint due to having the board in upside down and backwards and the PSU location. It's viewing side is thus turned to the left hand. Rather nice for those situations where you want the tower on the left of desk or entertainment center without showing off your blingy, well managed cable work to the wall...;)

Overall, if you have a lower power small footprint build you want to do this is a fun case to build in with a great look. Higher power gaming rigs are possible, but consider the noise, heat, and reduction of I/O and storage you will have to concede to make it happen. In my own case it was rather a crazy idea, is complete overkill, and yet fit's it's usage commendably.

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Anonymous
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Metis plus black 1/8/2020 2:18:48 PM

Pros: Spacious for itx. Good quality. Fits 270 mm graphics card

Cons: Cables are short. Bad cooling. Tiny acrylic panel. Should come with atx to itx power supply converter. Should have additional 120 mm fan mount.

Overall Review: I like the case a lot. It’s build quality is great for the price. If you have experience building computers then you will have an enjoyable time. Great for modders and looks beautiful.

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5/ 5
Solid mini-ITX case with no wasted space 12/6/2019 8:04:42 PM

Pros: -Good build quality
-Fits full sized PSU
-Fits full sized GPU (with caveats)
-No wasted space, everything is exactly big enough for its intended purpose
-One of the classier looking mini-ITX cases
-Lots of optional configurations for HDDs and SSDs
-No sharp edges or obvious manufacturing corner-cuttting
-Compact dimensions and sleek design that just looks GOOD on your desk

Cons: -No wasted space also means no margin for error
-You're absolutely going to want to use a full modular PSU, otherwise the excess cables will take up all the space meant for a dedicated graphics card
-The cables come out of the PSU right where the body of an extended graphics card would go. Not a problem if you use a card the same length as the mobo (6.7 inches or shorter)
-HDD and SSD mounting seems like a bit of an afterthought, cramming them in whatever space was leftover after making room for the mobo/PSU (not really a con, just a necessity with a case this size)

Overall Review: There's only a couple millimeters between the back of the mobo and the bottom/side of the PSU. You'll need to install the mobo before the PSU, otherwise you won't be able to slide the I/O into the I/O shield. The mobo tray is on the left side (looking from the front), so if your mobo has built-in wifi antennas in the typical place, they'll stick up over the edge like bunny ears. I got the silver version, but I like all the color options.

This case was really enjoyable to build in. It never left much room for error, but if you do everything right, or trial-and-error your way to right, everything fits just how it's supposed to. I will definitely be using this case again for future builds.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Great size vs compatibility 11/8/2019 4:54:51 PM

Pros: - Fits full size power supply
- Fits large air coolers
- Good cooling for small case
- Attractive looking
- Solid build quality

Overall Review: This is exactly what I was looking for. I love that I can fit a full size power supply and large tower air cooler in such a small package.

My GPU is 240mm (Powercolor Radeon 5700 XT Red Dragon) and it just barely fits with full size power supply. You could probably squeeze a little larger card in with a SFX PSU.

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